Smoked Baby Back Ribs

Serves:
3
Cook Time:
3 - 4 hours
Method:
Smoked
Food:
Beef

Ingredients

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Nothing says BBQ more than baby back ribs on the grill. This recipe from Steve Dotson, the Cookout Coach, in our BBQ 101 recipe series, will show you how to use the Side Fire Box on the Smokin' Pro offset smoker to make juicy and tender ribs with a low-and-slow cook. Grilled baby back ribs are so much a part of summertime - here's hoping they become a wonderful part of your summer as well!

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Instructions

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    Remove your ribs from the package and trim of any excess or hanging meat.

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    Rub the mustard all over the ribs.

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    Coat the ribs evenly all over with BBQ rub.

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    Bring the Smokin' Pro up to 300 degrees and add a chunk of your favorite smoking wood to the side firebox.

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    After 2 hours remove the ribs from the grill and wrap them in foil with the butter, agave nectar, and brown sugar meat side down.

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    Place the foil pack back on the smoker for around an hour or until the ribs probe tender with either a thermometer or toothpick. Around a 204 internal temperature.

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    Remove from foil and brush the BBQ sauce all over to set in the heat on the grill for 10 minutes.

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    Remove the ribs from the grill, slice, and serve.

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