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Baby Back Ribs Recipe
|deVill Smoked Ribs |
Here is a different twist on Baby Back Ribs
, and it is a big hit at my home. After years of using this recipe on a propane grill, my new 1400
does a superior job.
Take about 6 racks of Baby Backs. Mix up the following marinade. Save about half of the marinade mix to use as a sauce for the finished ribs. You are going to love sopping up the this sauce on a hot rib!Spices
8 tbs Paprika
4 tbs Chili Powder
4 tbs Cumin
2 tbs Oregano
2 tbs Black Pepper
2 tbs White Pepper
4 tbs Brown Sugar
2 tbs Sugar
4 tbs Salt
1 tbs Cayenne (increase or decrease to preference for "hot")
Combine Spices, then add liquids
1 cup Vinegar
1 cup Water
1 cup Soy
1/2 cup Worchester
Generously coat the ribs and let set in the fridge at least a couple of hours. Load the smoker with about 4 to 6 oz of hickory, pecan and apple. Smoke ribs at 225F for 4 hours. Don't forget the extra marinade you saved, as a sauce for the finished ribs.
Now sit back and enjoy some great Baby Back ribs!
This recipe is from Dan
on our SmokinTex Forum
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