Featured in our September Monthly Special, these ribs come just in time for football season and cooler weather! Try our babyback ribs with our wide selection of rubs and sauces, sold in the shop and sure to be your next favorite!
This recipe keeps it short and sweet, and makes a great addition for football sunday, or any time of the week!
Grilled Babyback Ribs
Rib Dry Rub
Your Favorite Barbecue Sauce
How to Cook-
- On a large baking sheet, rub each rack of ribs all over with the dry rub and refrigerate overnight. Make sure to coat generously!
- Bring the ribs to room temperature before cooking. Warm the grill and clean the grates. (Gas grill set to medium, about 300°F)
- When the grill reaches temperature, place the ribs on the grates and close lid. Check about every 20 minutes or so to check for even cooking, adjust accordingly. Cook for 1 hour.
- Mix the barbecue sauce and garlic powder. After cooking for 1 hour, coat the ribs with the barbecue sauce generously.
- Turn grill to low and cook for another 15 minutes. (Be sure to only coat the ribs with sauce in the last 15-20 minutes or the sugar in the sauce will burn)
- Remove from grill and place on large cutting board; let the ribs rest 10 minutes. Using a sharp knife, cut ribs in between each bone
- Serve with extra sauce on the side.