Want to create a tasty sensation when you make barbeque baby back ribs? Are you ready to try a more exciting recipe? Below is a mouthwatering recipe that uses plum wood pellets during the cooking process.
When you follow this recipe, your baby backs will taste mildly smoky, fruity, and subtly sweet. Whether you’re hosting a family get together or are having a gathering among friends, this recipe for baby back ribs will lead to rave reviews.
Baby Back Recipe Ingredients
- 1/4 cup of your Knotty Wood BBQ rub
- A spritz (about 1/4 cups) of apple juice for added taste
- 1 cup of your secret-recipe BBQ sauce
- 1 rack of baby back ribs
- Plum wood pellets for smoking
- Rinse the rack of baby back ribs with cold water. Then pat the rack dry with a paper towel. Remove the membrane on the back of the meat. Doing so will tenderize the ribs while smoking and make them more flavorful.
- Apply the BBQ rub liberally on each side of the rib rack. Cover all the nooks and crannies. Once the ribs are coated, cover them with a plastic wrap.
- Place the ribs in the fridge overnight. This will allow the flavors to fully saturate the meat.
- Preheat the smoker to 107 degrees Celsius or 225 degrees Fahrenheit. Add the plum wood pellets as your fuel/smoke source to infuse the fruity plum flavor into the meat.
- Take off the wrap covering the ribs and place the meat, bone-side down, on the grate of the smoker.
- Shut the smoker lid and allow the ribs to smoke for 3.5 hours.
- As the meat smokes, give the ribs a spritz of apple juice during the session. Doing so keeps the meat moist and increases the sweetness that the plum wood infuses into the meat.
- After the 3.5 hours, it’s time to take the ribs out of the smoker. Lay out a sizable sheet of aluminum foil so you can place the meat.
- Place the rib rack with the bone side up onto the foil.
- LIberally apply BBQ sauce on the meat.
- Wrap the aluminum foil around the ribs tightly and seal them.
- Set your smoker again at 107 degrees Celsius or 225 degrees Fahrenheit and place the wrapped baby back ribs inside the smoker. Cook for an extra two hours.
- Remove the foil-covered ribs from the smoker with care.
- Apply one more layer of BBQ sauce over the surface of the meat
- Set aside the ribs for 15 minutes so the sauce can thicken and caramelize. This also enhances the taste of the meat.
- Cut the meat by slicing it between each rib bone – serving it warm. Use any BBQ sauce remaining for drizzling the meat or as a dipping sauce.
Add a Medley Of Vegetables
As a side dish, create a medley of vegetables with your baby back rib recipe. You can smoke vegetables that complement the rib recipe with a mix of broccoli, butternut squash, mushrooms, zucchini, and halved and sliced bell peppers. Baked sweet potatoes are another great side dish you might try as well.
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