Precut Baby Back Ribs
Full Rack Pork Back Ribs
1/4 Cup Louisiana Grills Sweet Heat Rub
1/3 Cup Louisiana Grills Sweet Onion Applewood BBQ Sauce, for basting
1/3 Cup Mustard Binder
Begin by preheating your Louisiana Grill to 225°F.
- Next, we are going to prepare this pork ribs recipe by cutting the ribs individually. To do that you'll want to use your finger to feel where the bone is and where the meat is. Using a sharp knife, cut in between each bone accordingly.
- The next step in preparing your smoked individual cut pork ribs, you'll want to use a mustard binder. In a medium-sized bowl, place your precut pork ribs and coat them all in mustard. Have your baking sheet with grate ready (pro tip: line your baking sheet with aluminum foil for easy clean up). Next use your favorite pork rub, I used Sweet Heat Rub by Louisiana Grills and coat them on all sides.
- Place on your baking sheet, bone side down, and throw on your preheated grill.
- After about an hour or two of smoking your precut pork ribs, you will want to be spritzing them with apple juice or a sweet mixture. This will not only give you a nice crust, and trap the juices within, but will also have a nice, sweet taste.
- Using your spray bottle, fill it with apple juice and spritz it every 45 minutes to an hour.
For this pork ribs recipe, we will not be wrapping your ribs. By spritzing so often, and its low and slow method, there is no need to. After your ribs get an internal temperature of 165°F, you can turn your smoker up to 250°F to reach a final temperature of 200°F.
- Rest for 5-10 minutes before eating and enjoying.