The World’s Best Baby Back Ribs
The easiest, most delicious baby back ribs you’ve ever tasted may be yours when you follow this recipe for grilling them. If you follow the steps to the letter, you will succeed.
Baby Back Ribs
Time Required for Preparation:
65 minutes in the oven
Length of Time: 1 hour and 35 minutes
Approximately 1 tablespoon of ground cumin
a Tablespoon of Chili Powder
Seasoning: 1 tablespoon paprika
Adjust according to your taste in seasonings with salt and pepper.
Pork ribs, baby-back style, weighing 3 pounds
Barbecue sauce, one cup’s worth
Prepare a gas grill for high heat, or set aside a portion of the barbecue for charcoal. Spread a little oil on the grill.
Close the lid of a small container and shake to combine the cumin, chili powder, paprika, salt, and pepper.
Remove the protective membrane from the rear of each rack. Remove as much membrane as possible by slicing between the membrane and each rib with a sharp knife. The rub can be applied liberally to both sides of the ribs. Avoid heavily rubbing spices into the ribs, or they will become excessively black and peppery. Put the spice blend in a jar and refrigerate if any is left over.
Ensure aluminum foil is under the baking dish to catch drippings and keep the bottom from getting too hot. Place the ribs on the upper grill rack, away from the embers (or briquettes). Turn the gas burner down to a low setting, cover the pot, and let the ribs cook for an hour. Never, ever take the cover off.
Grill for an extra 5 minutes after brushing with barbecue sauce. Ribs can be either in a full rack or with the bones separated and piled high on a dish.
Information about Diet and Nutrition (per serving)
30g \sFat \s17g \sCarbs \s25g \sProtein
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