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Rib Recipe For Pork Back or Baby Back Ribs

Here is a recipe I just made after doing a lot of research. I wanted to produce ribs which were
tender, with a fantastic dry rub and a tangy barbeque sauce. I wanted
layer upon layer of flavor. I wanted an outdoor barbeque flavor,
but something I could do in the oven and just end on the grill.
I place it to the test on Saturday and it passed with flying colors!
This recipe will require a bit more work than most of my recipes, because there are three separate things going on: the dry
rub, the braising liquid and the barbeque sauce. But you won’t need
a fancy smoker–just your oven and a grill (preferably a charcoal
grill). And you can even skip the grill part if you want and just
end them in the oven. I reckon you’ll be pleased with the fruit
of your labor!


3 slabs (or about 8.5 lb.) pork back (or baby back) ribs

5 tbsp. Griff’s American Dry Rub (see below)

1 (12 oz.) bottle beer

1/4 cup soy sauce

2 cloves minced garlic

6 tbsp. brown sugar

1 batch Griff’s American Lemon BBQ Sauce (see below)


Place each slab of ribs on its own sheet of heavy-duty aluminum
foil (shiny side down). Make sure there is enough foil in each
sheet to completely wrap around each slab. Sprinkle each slab on
both sides with Griff’s American Dry Rub (about 1 tbsp. per slab).
Rub into the meat and wrap the foil over top of meat and fold the
end pieces of foil over the top of each slab. Refrigerate for a
minimum of 1 hour.

In a medium bowl, mix the beer, the soy sauce, the brown sugar and
the mixed garlic together well. This will be the braising liquid.
Cover and refrigerate until using. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
Place the braising liquid into a microwaveable dish and heat in
microwave oven on high for one minute. Take one of the slabs out of
the refrigerator and place (while still wrapped in foil) on yet
another large piece of foil (large enough to completely wrap around
the slab). Make sure the foil that covers the slab is crimped tight
on the top, and open up an end. Pour 1/3 of your braising liquid in
the end, and holding that end up a bit, gently rock and turn the
slab so that the braising liquid swishes all around it. (I learned
that trick from Alton Brown!) Fold the end back up over the top of
the slab. Fold the second sheet of foil up over the slab like you
did with the first to assure that there will be no leaks. Repeat
the procedure with the other slabs. Place the slabs directly on
oven rack and braise for 3 hours.

Now you can prepare Griff’s American Lemon BBQ Sauce according to
the instructions below. If you’re using a charcoal grill to end
(and I hope you are), get the fire going about a half hour before
the three hours of braising is finished. Remove the ribs from the
oven and let stand a few minutes. Then with gloves to protect your
hands from heat, remove the slabs from the foil and place on hot
grill. Sprinkle the top of each slab with about 1 tsp. of Griff’s
American Dry Rub. With a basting brush, paint on a generous amount
of the lemon bbq sauce. Grill for only a few minutes until the
surface of the ribs get a bit crispy and the edges darken. Flip and
repeat the dry rub, bbq sauce and grilling procedure. Remove from
grill, place on platter and cover tightly with aluminum foil and
allow to stand at room temperature about 10 minutes before eating.
Serves from four to six.

Griff’s American Dry Rub


1 tbsp. kosher salt

2 tbsp. garlic powder

2 tbsp. onion powder

2 tsp. paprika

2 tsp. chili powder

2 tsp. Lawry’s® seasoned pepper (or black pepper)

1 tsp. rubbed sage

1 tsp. thyme leaves

1 tsp. cayenne pepper


Mix these ingredients together in a small bowl. Save in an empty
spice container and rub and/or sprinkle on anything you grill!

Griff’s American Lemon BBQ Sauce


1/3 cup ketchup

1/4 cup butter

1/4 cup cider vinegar

1/4 cup lemon juice

2 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce

2 tbsp. soy sauce

2 tbsp. yellow mustard

1 tsp. Louisiana hot sauce


Mix these ingredients together in a small saucepan and slowly bring
to boil. Reduce heat and simmer until sauce thickens a bit. Remove
from heat and let stand.

Copyright © 2007 Lee Griffith. All rights reserved.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Lee Griffith, a.k.a. “Griff” is the author of several blogs. Griff describes himself as a “former kitchen klutz” who now has a passion for cooking and developing fantastic recipes. Griff want to send you a FREE E-BOOK with 32 fantastic chili recipes, along with a free recipe every week via email. To receive, simply click on optin2.griffsrecipes.com optin2.griffsrecipes.com

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