Delicious indeed! Followed the recipe and they were perfect.Good information given in the reviews. Will certainly make again
Well, I learned two very interesting things with this recipe. 1) Aluminum has a melting temperature of 1220.58 Fahrenheit, and 2) apparently my grill can hit 1220.58 Fahrenheit. So, while these ribs were ridiculously delicious, I did have to modify the method of cooking by laying a baking sheet on the bottom level. I will definitely be using this rub every time I make ribs. Thanks!
I substituted Coriander for the cumin and kept the chili powder, paprika, garlic powder, salt & fresh ground pepper. I wrapped the rack of ribs in aluminum foil (tented and closed in the top middle) and cooked the ribs on the top rack as directed. After 1 hour of cooking I brushed on the BBQ sauce and resealed the ribs for another 15 min. Just fabulous!
Gave it 5 stars.Very good rub.Have made twice already.Used a gas grill with 3 burners.Turned off middle burner and placed ribs in the middle turn heat on low.Not the lowest setting for 1 hour and not opening lid.Added sauce and cut middle burner on for 5 minuts each side was cooked perfect.Thanks for the recipe
We use this recipe every 4th of July. Thanks muchly!
I love the simplicity of this recipe. So easy and yet perfect. Thank you!!
I have completely cremated ribs before (I wasn't familiar with DSF's grill) so I was a little worried about leaving them alone but WOW!! This is the only way I will cook ribs from now on!!
Probably the BEST ribs I've ever made! Thank you!
Awesome....they are wonderful and were done in an hour on my grill also!