Ready in 6 hours
These pork ribs are guaranteed to fall off the bone. They are the most tender, melt in your mouth ribs, I have ever eaten. They are prepped with a dry rub, slow cooked in the oven, and finished on the grill.
"I used a portion of my own rub, but followed the balance of the recipe preparation. These ribs are absolutely fantastic!! To say they fall off the bone us almost an understatement. We will follow this recipe many times more. Enjoy! "- violetchappuealthage
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Mix all dry ingredients together and set aside. Remove ribs from package, rinse under cold water and dry. Remove membrane from back of ribs, and trim excess fat. Sprinkle both sides of ribs with seasalt. Genoursly sprinkle umeboshi vinegar on both sides, followed by same amount of sesame oil. Apply dry rub to both sides. There is no need to rub it into the meat, you will just end up with more dry rub on your hands than on the ribs. Place ribs on heavy duty foil then place another sheet of foil on top and seal all the edges nice and snug. I recommend heavy duty foil because it is more rugged and less apt to tear, which will help contain the juices later on, making for an easy clean up. Place ribs on a sheet pan and load them into a 200 degree oven for 6 hours. Slow and low is the key to tender pork. After 6 hours carefully remove from foil. There will be a lot of juice and fat in the bottom of the foil. Cut rack into separate ribs. At this point the meat will want to slip off the bone so be careful when cutting them. place ribs on a medium hot grill then brush your favorite BBQ sauce on all sides, rotating frequently until sauce starts to caramelize and ribs begin to sizzle.
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violetchappuealthage 1 year agoI used a portion of my own rub, but followed the balance of the recipe preparation. These ribs are absolutely fantastic!! To say they fall off the bone us almost an understatement. We will follow this recipe many times more. Enjoy!
KenKral 3 years agoYou can substitute red wine or cider vinegar for the umeboshi. Umeboshi vinegar can be found in the Asian section of your store. Any spices will work fine in the dry rub. Use your favorite flavors. I find the more heat I add the more people like them. The cayenne really brings out the flavor of the BBQ sauce. The quicker you get them to the grill from the oven the juicier they will be. Make sure your grill is hot enough, you don''t want to keep them on there for more than 12 - 15 minutes tops. Don''t be stingy with the BBQ sauce. Have plenty of napkins and ice cold beer. Make more than one rack, cause you''re gonna go back for more! Enjoy! [I posted this recipe.]