Texas Spare Ribs

Texas Spare Ribs

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Get ready to impress this Fourth of July with these smoky, flavorful pork spare ribs cooked to perfection on your Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill. Begin by prepping two racks of pork spare ribs, trimming the edges and squaring off the ends for a uniform shape. Coat the ribs with Bear & Burton’s The W Sauce, then generously season with Meat Church Blanco Seasoning and Cattleman’s Grill Lone Star Seasoning. Smoke the ribs at 250ºF until a beautiful reddish bark forms, usually around three to four hours, and the internal temperature reaches approximately 165ºF. Wrap the ribs in heavy-duty foil and continue smoking until the meat is tender and easily pulls from the bone, an additional one to two hours. After a brief rest, slice the ribs and pour any delicious juices from the foil over them for an extra burst of flavor. Enjoy the perfect blend of spices and smoky goodness with every bite.

 

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Simeon Grater

June 26, 2024
As usual, a VERY informative, entertaining and helpful video. Thank you for all your efforts. I am a better BBQ chef because of you.
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Michael Young

June 27, 2024
Thanks for the information and I will be trying them very soon.
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