Thursday, August 16, 2012

How To Make Pork Spare Ribs

Pork Spare Ribs

1 pork spare rib (small to medium)
Dry Rub
4 tbsp of Sweet and Spicy or to taste
3 tbsp of garlic or to taste
3 tbsp of Durkee's Fajita Seasoning with meat tenderizer or       to taste
2 cups water
2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
2 tbsp Durkee's Fajita Seasoning with meat tenderizer
2 tbsp teriyaki sauce
1 tsp Sweet and Spicy seasonings
1 bottle of your favorite BBQ Sauce-I use Sweet Baby Ray

Rinse ribs.
On a cutting board clean ribs of any excess fat and silver skin.
Evenly sprinkle on the garlic and fajita seasoning onto the rib then add sweet and spicy rub.
Use your hand and rub seasonings into meat, try not to let seasoning clump up in one area
Flip the rib over and repeat seasoning process.

***I use an indirect heat method to cook the rib. Because ribs take a long time to cook I didn't want them exposed to direct heat (burns your meat). ***
Heat your grill and once your charcoal turns white carefully pile most of your charcoal on one side leaving about 6 coals on the opposite side.
Place the rib on the side with least amount of coals. Close the lid on the grill and let the ribs cook slowly.

Making the base add in a small bowl add water Worcestershire sauce, teriyaki, fajita seasoning, and sweet and spicy seasoning and mix together. Set aside for later.
Base ribs every 30 minutes on both sides.
Cook until rib is tender which normally take 3 hours of cooking time.
Once ribs are tender carefully coat ribs in barbeque sauce.
Then serve.

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1 comment:

city said...

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