Stubb’s Baby Back RibsApril 11, 2015
Real Texas Pit flavor from a spicy blend of chiles, lime and ginger.. this combination has a bit of a kick and makes for some delicious ribs. Marinade + Meat + Grill = It doesn’t get much easier than this.
1) Start off by making sure that you remove the membrane from the baby back ribs. If you want to be a true Tailgate Master, don’t skip this step, as it allows your marinade direct access to the wonderful porky goodness.
2) Place ribs in a gallon zip lock style bag and pour in half the marinade. Press out as much as the air as possible, seal, and place in the fridge for up to 24 hours prior to grilling.
3) IMPORTANT: Allow meat to warm to room temperature for at least 30-45 minutes prior to placing on grill.
4) Pre-heat grill to 225%
5) Remove Ribs from bag and grill over indirect heat for 3-4 hours
6) Brush on more marinade at hourly intervals. LOW AND SLOW is key for tender ribs.
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