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Garlic Ginger Baby Back Ribs

Garlic Ginger Baby Back Ribs

Baby back ribs are a backyard classic and this recipe brings them to a whole new level with bright Asian flavors. These Garlic Ginger Baby Back Ribs are sweet, sticky and sure to be a family favorite. Serve with your favorite sides for a fantastic meal!

 Garlic Ginger Baby Back Ribs



    1. Heat grill to 350 degrees. Add Hickory, Oak, or Apple chunks.
    2. Remove membrane from back of ribs. The easiest method is to use a knife or your fingers to pull up a corner of the membrane on the end of the ribs. Grasp the membrane firmly with a paper towel and pull it off in one smooth motion. Clean off any portions that may have ripped off.
    3. Cover ribs heavily with Garlic Ginger Wing Booster. To help impart more flavor, wrap the ribs tightly in plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. If you don't have the time, just letting them rest and absorb the rub while you heat up the grill will suffice.
    4. Place ribs on grill, meat side up, and smoke until temperature of center rib is approximately 170 degrees and ribs start to darken (approximately 1.5-2 hours depending on the thickness of your ribs). Remove ribs from grill and wrap tightly in foil.
    5. Return ribs to grill (again, meat side up) in the foil wrap and continue cooking until the meat starts to pull back from the bones and the ribs are tender to the point of almost falling apart when you bend them. The internal temperature of the center rib will be approximately 200 degrees.
    6. Remove ribs from foil and return to grill, meat side up. Brush with Garlic Ginger Wing Sauce and continue to cook for 10-15 minutes, continuing to brush on sauce as desired.
    7. Remove the Garlic Ginger Baby Back Ribs from grill and allow to rest for at least 10 minutes prior to cutting. Serve with finely diced green onions and additional sauce for dipping.
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    • WOW! Tried this recipe today and man have I’ve been missing out! This will be a staple on the smoker going forward. If you want next level ribs give this recipe a try. You won’t be disappointed!

      Al Gackstetter
    • how has no one commented on this pic……fracckckkckckckkckc looks amazing, tasted amazing

    • how has no one commented on this pic……fracckckkckckckkckc looks amazing, tasted amazing


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