Smoked Ribs

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 Prep Time: 5 Minutes Cook / Smoking Time: 6 Hours Difficulty: Medium

 

 Visual Method

1) Liberally season with Maine Hickory Sea Salt

2) Liberally season with Carolina Dirt Spice Rub.

 

3) After soaking desired smoking wood for at least 1 hour, place ribs in smoker.

4) Let ribs smoke for 2 - 3 hours at 225 degrees. 

 

5) After 3 hours, baste with American Spoon Maple Barbecue Sauce every 30 minutes for 2 - 3 hours.  

 

6) Continue to smoke ribs up to 6 total hours at 225 degrees.

7) Remove ribs and let rest for 20 minutes before serving. 

 


Detailed Method

2 Racks Serves 4 Large Portions

Prepare smoker for smoking at 225 degrees. Soak wood chunks for 1 hour.
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Remove membrane on the bottom of ribs. Season with1/4 cup Carolina Dirt Spice Rub and 1/8th cup Maine Sea Salt.
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Place ribs on smoker and add wood to coals. Smoke for 3 hours undisturbed. After 3 hours begin basting ribs with American Spoon Maple Grilling Sauce every thirty minutes for an additional 2-3 hours. Ribs are cooked when meat is pulled back from the tips of bones and the rack will bend and not break when lifted from one end.
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Remove ribs to cutting board and let rest 20 minutes then carve.

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