I want my baby back, baby back, baby back...you know the rest of the song!
You can recreate Chili's® famous grilled baby back ribs at home.
This recipe uses two methods of cooking — both baking and grilling — and doing so results in perfect ribs every time. This technique gets you ultra-tender meat without spending 12 hours manning a smoker. Now you have more down time at your next BBQ.
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Like the cheater's ribs, this recipe, too, utilizes two methods of cooking and again, the combination yields some serious finger-licking good ribs. These meaty ribs get two hours of heavy smoke on the grill followed by three hours in a slow oven. Even if you're not from Texas, people will swear you are once they taste these ribs. Everythings bigger in Texas, right? This recipe proves that with its big, bold flavor.
These ribs get the Thai treatment with a burst of flavor from fresh ginger and lemongrass melded with creamy coconut milk. Combining these ingredients with pork ribs and marinating it overnight result in some seriously tender ribs.
Sugar and spice and everything nice is what you have going on here.There's no baking before grilling with this recipe. These ribs get heat from paprika and cayenne but the flavor is rounded out with sugar and salt. Straight forward and delicious, this is a recipe you'll want to keep on hand for a no-frill BBQ dinner.
Ribs get braised and barbecued in this fool-proof recipe. Ribs come out succulent, retaining their smokiness while adding a layer of depth with the sweetness from the pineapple braise.