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GRAMMY GRUB: 10,000 hour BBQ RIBS!

Matt Dean Pettit | posted Thursday, Mar 11th, 2021

 

10,000 hour BBQ RIBS!

Recipe by: Matt Dean Pettit

Instagram: @mattdeanpettit

Well I know it’s the winter here in Canada but that doesn’t mean that we need to put away our Grills! BBQing in the snow should be a Canadian sport in my opinion! 

This recipe great recipe is a classic but with a fun twist at the end just like country music band Dan & Shay collaborating with our Canadian superstar Justin Bieber with their Grammy-nominated “10,000 Hours”

 

*You can cook these on the BBQ or in the oven as per the recipe below. 

Ingredients:

  • 2 racks pork ribs, silver lining membrane removed. 
  • 1 bottle of Budweiser Beer
  • 1 tspb ground cumin
  • 1 grated orange peel
  • 1 tbsp brown sugar 
  • 3 garlic cloves, grated 
  • 3 tbps ketchup 
  • 1 tbsp Tabasco Chipotle sauce 
  • 1/2 cup of crusted pistachios (garnish)
  • Orange zest (garnish) 

 

Directions:

  1. Cut the 2 racks into halves giving you 4 pieces. Place into a dish 
  2. Mix all the ingredients minus the pistachios in a medium sized mixing bowl. 
  3. Pour marinade all over the ribs fully covering them. Cover with tin foil and place into refrigerator for minimum 12 hours. 
  4. Remove the ribs from the refrigerator still

While covered and let sit at room temp for 30-45 mins 

  1. In the meantime pre-heat the oven to 275f and 137c. 
  2. Place ribs on a baking sheet, ensure ribs are well sauced, cover with tin foil and place in the oven. 

7.Cook the ribs for approx 2 hours. 

8.Remove the time foil and place back in to the oven for another 15-20 mins max. 

  1. Remove from heat and let the ribs rest for 5 mins, sprinkle with crushed pistachios and more orange zest, dip and dunk into more KC BBQ sauce and enjoy!

 

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