THE PERFECT RIBS – PELLET SMOKER

This recipe produces delicious smoky, pull off the bone ribs in as little as 3 hours. Use in conjunction with the Broil King® Rib Roaster (69615) and Rib Rack (62602).

Difficulty: Easy     Prep Time: 15 min     Cook Time: 3 hrs

INGREDIENTS

4 Baby back rib racks (membrane removed)

FOR THE SAUCE

½ cup Broil King® Perfect BBQ Spice Rub
1 cup Broil King® Perfect BBQ Sauce

FOR THE SMOKE

Broil King® Smoke Master’s blend pellets

FOR THE SMOKE

Spray bottle of 50 / 50 – Whiskey / Honey

METHOD

Use in conjunction with the Broil King® Rib Roaster (69615) and Rib Rack (62602).

Turn your Broil King® Pellet on then press the SMOKE 225°F (107°C) button. Follow the standard start-up instructions and preheat the grill completely.

Ensure that the rib membrane is removed from each rack of ribs before proceeding; wash them in a bath of 50 / 50 vinegar and water. Pat dry, then generously dust each rack of ribs with BBQ spice rub. Place ribs in the rib rack, the Broil King® rib rack can hold up to 7 racks of ribs at a time. Place the rib rack directly on the cooking grate surface and close the lid. Set the timer on the Pellet for 1 hour.

After 1 hour turn the temperature up to 375°F (190°C), allow the grill to preheat with the ribs on, roughly 15 minutes.

Prep the rib roaster by generously oiling the inside, this will prevent the ribs from sticking to the sides and help when it comes to clean up later. Transfer the ribs from the rack to the rib roaster. The rib roaster comfortable holds 4 racks of ribs vertically with a fifth rack on top, depending on thickness and height. Put the lid of the roaster, remove one cooking grid from the Pellet then place it directly on the heat deflector over the central gap.

Roast directly for 2 hours at 375°F (190°C).

Remove the rib roaster from the grill, when you remove the lid be aware of the hot steam that will come out of the roaster. The rib meat should now easily tear when you pick up each rack. If you are going to serve them dry rubbed, they’re ready to go, if sauced place the racks directly on the cooking grids. Baste sauce onto one side of the ribs, close the lid and let stand for 10 minutes. Flip the ribs then apply sauce to the other side, let stand 5 minutes. Remove and serve.