Pork Baby Back Ribs
Available size: 2.75lb Avg (2 Pieces of Baby Back Ribs)
Nothing says “special occasion” like grilled baby back ribs!
Back ribs are cut from where the rib meets the spine after the loin is removed. The upper ribs are called baby back ribs. No, they don't come from a baby pig! They're only called "baby backs" because they are shorter compared to the larger spareribs.
Use a low-and-slow cooking application to cook lean meat to make certain that your baby back ribs aren't too dry. Baby back ribs typically have less meat than spare ribs and therefore cook more quickly. They also contain less fat than spare ribs.
A popular method of preparing baby back ribs is called the "2-2-1” process. It refers to the amount of time that the ribs spend on the grill and it's broken into three stages. When you use this process, the unwrapped ribs are smoked for two hours. Next you wrap them in foil and return them to the smoker for an additional two hours. During the last hour, remove the foil to finish cooking them.
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Pork baby back ribs are wonderful grilled or oven baked. . If you’re looking for creative ways to prepare your baby back ribs, take a look at the recipe suggestions below.
Slow Roast Baby Back Ribs with Bourbon Barbeque Glaze
Caramelized-Onion BBQ Pork Ribs
You can serve your baby back ribs with collard greens, herbed potato salad, corn fritters, corn and tomato coleslaw, or jicama grapefruit salad.