Have you never tried Smoked Rib Recipes? It will be daunting if you have not tried it before. You are in for an amazing treat with these recipes.
Smoking requires patience, love and lot of practice. Different meats cook differently.
Prepare your smoker beforehand and getting the temperature right is equally important. You can use a variety of wood chunks for the smoker to get the right flavours.
The layers of sauces and rubs does the trick and produces tasty, incredible tender and moist ribs. You are going to be the catalyst for change.
And smoking time (and temperature) is very important cause you can overcook or undercook your food, then we think you might love this guide about smoking time and temperature
1. Mustard Smoked Ribs
Slow smoked for 3 hours, the Mustard and the Barbeque Sauce gives a refreshing change to this recipe. Makes a mouth-watering dish for the family. Everyone is sure to go for a second serving.
Recipe from Vindulge
2. Spirit Flavoured Baby Back Ribs
All the ingredients including the whiskey gives the smoked ribs an unusual flavor. These ribs are slow cooked until the meat comes off the bone. Get your ingredients together and set your smoker and just follow the easy recipe.
Recipe from Smoked ‘n Grilled
3. Asian Styled Creamy Smoked Ribs
The most juicy and tender smoked pork ribs made with apple juice, butter, honey and brown sugar. This will be your family’s pick for a weekend get-away. You can be certain that there will be no regrets.
Recipe from The Butter Half
4. Jack Daniels Baby Back Ribs
The recipe is slow cooked on the smoker and can’t be rushed, but the results are so worth it. Once cooked the ribs will fall off the bone tender with a smoky flavor. The ribs are spicy, sticky and sweet.
Recipe from Just A Pinch
5. Simple BBQ Ribs
Once smoked the meat will fall off the bone. Tender, moist ad Smokey ribs are the best ever. They are so good that you don’t even need barbeque sauce for the ribs. Enjoy right away.
Recipe from Joy Filled Eats
6. Divine Smoked Ribs
It is all about the rub and the rub with pepper and spices gives a divine flavor to the ribs. The recipe does not require a BBQ sauce. Vinegar and apple juice is used for basting during the smoking process.
Recipe from Kevin Is Cooking
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