Ribs are a staple of Low and Slow BBQ and I wanted to use the homemade BBQ sauce in a recipe.
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Step 1: Make Sure to Dry and Remove the Membrane.
You'll need a good set of ribs, make sure they’re nice and meaty.
I like to start off just using my finger to find the edge before using paper towel to remove the rest.
Step 2: Completely Cover the Ribs With Rub.
For this recipe, I’m using Sucklebuster pork rub. It has an amazing balance of flavour and tastes great.
Step 3: Light a Chimney of Charcoal
Set up the BBQ using the snake method.
Add your choice of wood, I’m using some cherry wood.
Step 4: Prep Your BBQ and Bring It Up to a Temperature of 250f or 125c.
Place the ribs thick side closest to the heat.
Let them cook for an hour, make sure the temperature stays level.
Step 5: Here's the Recipe for My Homemade BBQ Sauce.
Step 6: After Two Hours of Cooking It’s Time to Sauce and Wrap.
Place the ribs on the foil and brush with the homemade BBQ Sauce.
For extra flavour add some brown sugar and slices of butter.
These will melt into the ribs creating even more flavour.
Repeat for the other side.
Step 7: Wrap the Ribs in the Foil
Cook for one more hour.
Step 8: To Finish Off These Ribs Unwrap Them and Place Them Back in the BBQ.
Bush on the homemade BBQ sauce before letting them cook for 5 to 10 minutes.
Repeat until the ribs have formed a beautiful glaze.