T’s Smoked Baby-Back RibsSeptember 12, 2012
Several people emailed and wanted to know what the recipe was for T’s Ribs, so here we go…
T and Brad worked on these out at the lake last weekend and the end result was wonderful. We used soaked apple wood in the smoker for the perfect complement of flavor. These were in the smoker for about 5 hours. Everyone raved about how good they were, including me!
(For 5 people)
2 pounds Baby-Back Ribs
1 pinch Black Pepper
1 ounce Garlic Powder
1 ounce Three Little Pigs BBQ Rub
1 ounce Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Salt
2 ounces Canola Oil
1.) Remove the skin from the ribs. You can use a knife on the edge of one side and get under the skin. Use a paper towel to grip it and tear it off the back of the baby back ribs. This will make a big difference in tenderness after they have cooked.
2.) Once the skin is removed, oil both sides of the ribs with canola oil so it doesn’t stick to the racks. We used a canned spray on canola oil.
3.) Add your spices. We completely covered the top side of the ribs with Black Pepper, Garlic Powder, Kansas City Sweet Three Little Pigs BBQ Rub and Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Salt.
4.) Spray additional canola oil over the top of the spices.
5.) Load the smoker with soaked (but drained) apple wood.
6.) Add Ribs to the smoker and allow to cook for 5 hours at 225 degrees.
7.) Remove and let stand for 10 minutes.
8.) Cut, serve and enjoy!