Top Rated Baby Back Rib Recipes

Herb-rubbed baby back ribs
Baby back pork ribs, cut from the loin, while naturally tender, require about 1 1/4 hours of indirect cooking on a moderately hot (325 degrees) gas or charcoal grill. Cook the ribs in whole slabs, or, for portion control and ease of grilling, cut the slabs into halves or thirds. I serve half a slab of ribs to hearty eaters, one-third works when there are plenty of other side dishes.This recipe by JeanMarie Brownson originally appeared in The Chicago Tribune.
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Portuguese Feijoada à Transmontana
The national dish of Portugal has a worldwide following. The basics of the dish — beef, pork and fijão (beans) — is shared by all the country’s former colonies from Brazil to Macau, and you’ll find variations in Angola, Cape Verde, Mozambique, and Goa in India, too. However, Feijoada à Transmontana is considered to be the most traditional of all recipes and the basis for all other feijoadas. It originated in Northern Portugal and has been embraced by Portuguese gastronomes ever since. It’s also a perfect party dish, as the recipe can be expanded to feed any number of guests. This meaty dish combines many Portuguese flavors and spices, which fortunately are commonly found in American kitchens. This is no minute-meal, but your reward for its preparation will be a genuine taste of Portugal in a dish that’s bound to impress.This recipe comes courtesy of Maria Dias of Portuguese Diner.
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Baby Back Ribs
Ribs are the ultimate finger food for football loving fans. Use your favorite BBQ sauce for the best food at the game!
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Maple-Syrup Baby-Back Ribs
Yes you can use a rub, bake, go low and slow, but sometimes you just want to throw some meat on the grill slathered with sauce (hey, it’s yours, if you want that black crusted charred effect and don’t mind cleaning the grill that’s your choice, that’s what being an adult means anyway right, there’s nobody there to tell you can’t). This marinade is fun because it’s something you can pretty much pull together from pantry ingredients and leftover condiments. Spicy, tangy, with just enough sweetness — you knew there was a reason you kept all those soy sauce packets. Click here to see Cooking with Maple Syrup — 8 Recipes.
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Grilled Ribs With Homemade Sriracha BBQ Sauce
This pork rib recipe is great for grilling on a nice summer day. You can make your own homemade spicy BBQ sauce using Sriracha.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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