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Grilled Country Style Pork Ribs

Just go ahead and try to resist a hot, juicy side of country style pork ribs. Remember, you could be sinking your teeth into one of them at dinner tonight.

With this no nonsense backyard bar-b-q recipe, your pork rib fantasies will become reality. Try it today and score big points with your friends and family.

Grilled Country Style Pork Ribs Recipe

[br]Preparation time: 35 minutes
Cooking time: 1.5 hours
Makes 8
Serves 6-8[br][br]

Awesome Grilled Country Style Pork Ribs Ingredients

[br]¼ cup of brown sugar
¼ teaspoon of ground black pepper
½ teaspoon of garlic powder
½ teaspoon of onion powder
¼ cup of water
1/3 cup of Worcestershire sauce
1 ½ ounces of soy sauce
2 tablespoons of inglehoffer original stone ground mustard (or other brand of dry mustard)
¼ cup of KC Masterpiece original barbecue sauce (or other brand of BBQ sauce)
2 pounds of country-style pork ribs[br][br]

Awesome Grilled Country Style Pork Ribs Directions

[br]1. Use a whisk to combine the brown sugar, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, water, Worcestershire sauce and soy sauce in a mixing bowl.

2. Slowly mix in the mustard. Once finished, pour 1/4 cup of the marinade into a separate container and reserve it for use in a later Grilled country style pork ribsstep.

3. Trim the pork ribs and place them in a sealable plastic bag (i.e. zip lock, etc.). Place the bag in a large bowl.

4. Pour the marinade into the bag, remove the excess air, and seal the bag.

5. Let the ribs marinade at room temperature for at least 30 minutes (You may marinade for longer if you so desire)

6. Begin heating the grill and clean the grates.

7. Grease the grates of the grill with a small amount of vegetable oil to prevent the meat from sticking.

8. Mix the reserve marinade with the barbecue sauce.

9. Remove the meat from the marinade bag and discard the marinade.

10 Brush the meat with the marinade and barbecue sauce mixture. Grill over direct high heat with the grill covered and turn the ribs every 10-15 minutes.

11. When meat temperature reaches 155° remove from the grill and serve immediately (if possible, use a meat thermometer to verify the temperature of the ribs before taking them off the grill).

Try enhancing these country style pork ribs by adding several par-boiled potatoes and cobs of corn to the grill as your ribs near the finishing stages.

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How to BBQ Pork Ribs

Learning how to grill pork ribs? Have you ever served up finger-licking barbecue pork ribs? You know, the kind that falls of the bone and drips with flavor.

Who says ribs are hard to grill? You just have to know how to grill pork ribs, and you will have a taste sensation the neighbors will be talking about.

How to BBQ Pork Ribs: Prep Work

[br]As with any grilling experience, the prep work for ribs is just as important as the grill work. First, buy fresh ribs that have not already been doctored up with rubs or seasonings.

Next, rinse the ribs and cut off any excess fat; leave some on though for extra flavor and juiciness. If you are planning to grill the ribs straight up without a rub, sear them in a pan of oil for about 10 minutes with the meat side down.

However, if you want to use  a rub on the ribs, you should put the rub mixture on about 2 hours before you plan to grill and do not sear.

How to BBQ Pork Ribs: Grill Work

[br]With the prep work done, it’s time to get those ribs on the grill. Preheat the grill to a medium temperature, about 250 degrees. It is best to cook the meat over indirect heat to keep it from burning or drying out. If possible, use chunks of wood rather than chips to allow a slow smolder rather than a quick burn.

You can choose the type of wood based on your flavor preference; apple or cherry offers a milder taste over hickory or mesquite. You will want to place the ribs with the bone side down, basting them every 20 minutes for up to 2 hours with an acidic basting juice like lemon to keep the meat moist and tender. Slow is the key. And when they are done, you will have plenty of time to savor the flavor.

How to BBQ Pork Ribs: Finish Work

[br]When the ribs are almost done is the time to add the sauce. If the sauce is applied too early, the sugars in the sauce can cause the meat to burn. You may want to consider holding off on the sauce and adding it later when the ribs are off the grill; you may find that the grilling and basting have provided all the flavor needed for great barbeque ribs.

And you know they’re done when the meat is ready to fall off the bone. Once you have mastered the art of BBQ pork ribs, you will never want to eat them any other way.

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