Perfectly tender, mildly spicy grilled BBQ ribs on a gas grill are going to be your summer cookout staple. Low and slow is the secret to achieving tender ribs on the gas grill every time.
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My brother, the butcher, is all about ribs and brisket. He like to smoke them low and slow overnight. We do not have a smoker.
I feel like my sourdough therapy is a long enough process. I don’t need another food adventure right now.
Talk to me in the winter though, if we are still in this whole remote learning and quarantine thing.
The secret to perfectly tender ribs, no matter where you cook them, is to keep them low and slow.
Easy oven baked ribs are very, very delicious. Save those for a rainy day.
I am also a huge fan of the super sped-up process of Instant Pot ribs. I even have a recipe in my book for Mexican Coke and Lime BBQ Ribs.
My latest obsession has been these grilled BBQ ribs on the gas grill.
The kids play in their kiddie pool all day while I sit and monitor the grill temperature. Get your grill to 300 degrees F with all burners on low.
Combine some apple juice and apple cider vinegar in one of those giant, foil turkey pans.
Remove the silver skin off the ribs, rub each side down with your favorite blend of spices. I really like cayenne, brown sugar, mustard powder, dried minced garlic, dried minced onion, salt, and pepper.
Feel free to add in some smoked paprika or chili powder or even some crushed red pepper flakes for more heat. The spices can be easily tailored to your crowd.
Lay the ribs in the pan and cover with foil.
Place the foil tray with the ribs in the center of the grill. Keep that temperature at 300. After an hour to an hour and a half, the ribs should have an internal temperature of about 165-170 degrees F.
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Take them off the grill, slather with your favorite BBQ sauce. Turn your burners up to medium/high and then return to the grill for about 5-7 minutes a side.
You want to get a nice, quick char on the ribs.
These ribs are juicy and tender and in the grand scheme of thing, not a lot of work.
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