Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Slow Grilled Baby Back Ribs

There's nothing better than low and slow ribs on the barbeque...these baby back ribs are so tender, juicy, and delicious...better than that, there is very little prep!  Rub with a little olive oil and spices, let them hang out on a low heat grill while you get everything else ready, and serve!


Baby back pork ribs
Sage (Ground or fresh, use more if fresh)
Thyme (Ground or fresh, use more if fresh)
Onion Powder
Olive Oil
Your favorite Barbeque Sauce (I prefer JonyQ, look it up on FB)

Heat grill on high heat.

Sprinkle baby backs with a liberal sprinkling of sage, thyme and onion powder.  Drizzle with some olive oil and rub into the meat. 

Place the ribs over high heat (meat side down) to sear, then turn over (bones on the bottom), turn heat to low, and cook over indirect heat for 3 1/2 to 4 hours.  My grill temp was 250 but I've gone as low as 175 degrees F.

Use a meat thermometer to make sure the internal temp is close to 160 degrees F, then baste with barbeque sauce (JonyQ) and let sit for about five minutes on low heat.  Turn over and baste again, and let sit for another five minutes.  One more turn, one more baste, five more minutes and take off the heat and let sit while you get your sides ready.

I turned up the heat on the grill and threw some broccoli on for about 10 minutes to go with the ribs.  Slice the ribs and serve with your sides.  

Sooooo good!  Fall off the bone tender and full of flavor!

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