Dry Rubbed Smoked Baby Back Ribs

Grab some napkins because these Dry Rubbed Smoked Baby Back Ribs are saucy, meaty, and fall-off-the-bone tender. We tested this recipe until it was perfect.

If you’re a fan of meaty ribs, you’ll love it too. Fire up that smoker and chow down on these amazing ribs today!


Baby Back Ribs Mustard  GirlsCanGrill PK Pork Rub Sasquatch BBQ Erubtion Rub Salt  – Barbecue sauce

Prepare the ribs for the spice by removing the membrane from the back of the ribs. Next, make the smoked ribs rub. Rub the ribs with the mustard, and sprinkle baby back ribs rub evenly.

Prep your barrel smoker and bring it to 275-300 degrees F with the charcoal stacked to one side of the smoker. 

Use these nifty hanging hooks to smoke your ribs. Then, hang the ribs according to your smoker’s directions on the cooler side of the grill.

Check ribs after an hour, then every 30-45 minutes after. Cook ribs for about 2 ½-3 hours. Brush ribs with BBQ sauce and return to the cooker with grill grate on to let the sauce set.

Use a sharp knife to cut through sections of ribs, cutting close to the bone. You can serve individual ribs or cut them in sections of 2, 3, 4, or more.

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