2 Cups Apple, Juice
2 Racks Baby Back Rib
SMOKED APPLE CHIPOTLE RUB
SOUTHERN STYLE BBQ SAUCE
Competition Smoked Baby Back Ribs might be easy to prepare, but the flavors are worthy of any challenge. This recipe calls to start smoking the ribs with a dry rub and then applying a wet rub with apple juice and your favorite southern style BBQ sauce halfway through the cook. Utilizing the 2-2-1 method, the baby back rack of ribs will be fall off the bone tender with a tangy and sweet punch from the sauce. Pair this one with a side of coleslaw, mac and cheese or potato salad and you’ll be serving up a barbecue classic. The ribs can be smoked on any of our wood pellet or kamado charcoal grills.
Note: It is recommended to use Competition Blend Hardwood Pellets with this recipe.
This recipe uses the Smoked Apple Chipotle Rub.
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Marinade the ribs in apple juice for up to 24 hours for deliciously tender ribs.