Who doesn't love BBQ? (I wasnt asking you vegans) When Weave Made Media invited me to cook some ribs with Wal Mart and Farmland it took me seconds to agree. The worst part of grilling ribs is the time it takes to cook a good rib. Trying to get them tender, make sure nothing burns, trying not to burn down your house... Well with my method you dont have to do any of that. By putting your ribs in the oven at a very low heat you will get melt in your mouth ribs and you can still char them on the grill or even use your broiler.
You got to start out with good meat. I went to Wal Mart and got Farmlands ribs. They are well priced and I will be back to look at some of the other Farmland product line. Theres even a coupon for a dollar off here
1/4 cup kosher salt
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
4 cups water soy sauce.
Juice of two large oranges
Just mix and cover the ribs overnight. Make as much as you need to cover the ribs you got.
A rub is the seasoning you put on ribs before saucing. This is pretty important but it can be as simple as salt and pepper if you dont want to follow my rub. Just mix and pat on to the ribs. Shake off any extra.
1 tablespoon brown sugar
2 tablespoons kosher salt
2 tablespoon paprika
1 tablespoon granulated garlic
2 tablespoon granulated onion
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
2 teaspoon black pepper
Time to wrap your ribs carefully in foil. This will keep them moist. Preheat your oven to 250 degrees and then have them cook for 4 hours (3 hours for baby backs)
Now its time to sauce, grill/broil. Just use your favorite BBQ sauce to get our ribs looking good. But how to eat them? How about in a sandwich? With pickle and white onion?
Farmland has other BBQ tips by its pitmasters at www.readysetribs.com
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