Simple Method For How to Cook Ribs
Cooking ribs may seem like a difficult task, but with the right ingredients, techniques, and secret tips, you’ll have the perfect BBQ pork ribs ready in no time! This article is a simple technique for how to cook ribs. There are several types of pork ribs out there, including baby back ribs, spare ribs, and St. Louis style ribs. Rib cuts also vary, factors being the the fat and bones. The thickness of the ribs may contribute to the taste and tenderness of the ribs themselves. However, the best rib cut is subjective-it really does have to do with an individual’s acquired taste.
When you’re dealing with pork ribs on a grill, it’s a bit different than cooking them in an oven kitchen. The variations in cooking ribs is innumerable, so people use the trial-and-error tactic to find the best way to cook for them. So, excuse me for speaking generally, but this will just be an overview on how to cook ribs:
When cooking pork ribs, keep a steady fire on one side of the grill while placing the ribs on the opposite side. Under the ribs, a pan of water may be placed so that as the ribs are cooking, the meat will absorb the water as to not keep the ribs dry.
When you’re done with grilling them, you may rub BBQ sauce over the ribs. Definitely do not apply sauce to the ribs while they are still grilling: they will either burn or change in flavor!
Ribs fanatics always have their secret BBQ recipes that they keep handy for a day out on the grill, but if you don’t, then you’ll be racking up a new recipe today!
The following recipe on how to cook ribs was used by Mike Strutchfield to win the title “Best Ribs in the Universe”, so there must be something that makes it stand out from all the rest! Be prepared, though, these ribs may be the greatest you’ve had.
First, remove the inner side and whatever excess fat the ribs may have. In preparation for grilling these ribs, you must apply rub to them and keep them at room temperature.
Next, smoke the ribs with a smoker.
Use about ten pounds of charcoal for this recipe, and a few pieces of white oak and cherry wood as well.
Peel the bark off of the wood to ready it for the fire.
Begin grilling the ribs: you’ll find that they are done when the color of the meat has turned a medium shade of brown.
After taking them off the grill, you can begin slabbing sauce over the ribs, which, in the case that you’re making BBQ pork ribs, would be BBQ sauce. Smother both sides of the ribs with BBQ sauce, and, voila, you’ve got yourself award-winning ribs!
Step-by-step tutorials on how to cook ribs is always the first step to making great ribs.
After learning a couple of tips and tricks, I hope you’ll be able to perfect your grilling skills and make some great ribs for your next BBQ!