Introduction: Pork Ribs
Here's an easy way to make pork ribs. Ribs aren't easy to grill well. I often end up with the outside burned and the inside raw. This is a cheat to get decent ribs but still retain the nice grilled taste and texture.
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Step 1: Ribs and Beer in a Casserole
Put the ribs in a large casserole. Pour a can of beer over them. Throw in some pieces of garlic and onion if you like.
Step 2: Cook in Oven
Put the casserole, covered, in a 300F oven for an hour or so. You'll want the internal temperature to be about 150F.
Step 3: Add Barbecue Sauce
Cover with a layer of barbecue sauce. A brush works well, or you can spread it with a fork.
Step 4: Grill Briefly
At this point, the ribs are nearly cooked, so it doesn't take much to finish them off on the grill. This is really just for flavor and texture. It shouldn't take more than a few minutes on a hot grill.