Grilled Barbecue Spare Ribs
There’s nothing better than a great rack of ribs. Grilled Barbecue Spare Ribs are dry rubbed, roasted to make them tender, then grilled with barbecue sauce for that fall-off-the-bone for a melt-in-your-mouth experience.
Not all spare ribs are created equal. Do you know where your ribs came from? Do you know about the farm they came from and the living conditions of the animal? What about what the animal was fed? These are all questions you need to ask when buying ribs.
4th of July is fast approaching and it does also happen to be National Barbecue Spareribs day so I would be doing you a dis-service by not sharing my grilled ribs recipe. First I dry rub them, pour over some barbecue sauce, then they are roasted for 1 1/2 hours.
After roasting, I cover the ribs in my signature homemade barbecue sauce (<click text for link). The sauce is sweetened with pineapple juice which give it amazing flavor. They are then grilled to caramelize the barbecue sauce. This will give them a lovely smoky BBQ flavor.
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I’ve been making ribs this way for a few years now and it’s a must eat in our house for this National day of barbecue. Happy 4th of July.
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