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We are in the DelmarvaLife Kitchen with Senior Support Chef at Bethany Blues, Andrew Boyle to make Kansas City Style, St. Louis-Cut Spare Ribs.
Kansas City Style / St. Louis Cut Spareribs
2 full racks of St. louis style ribs
Peel membrane off the back of the ribs, (this will help make your ribs more
With a cloth pat your ribs dry, season them with generous amounts of the
dry rub, allow them to rest this way at room temp for one hour. (This will
allow the meat to cook more evenly)
While your ribs are resting prepare your grill/smoker to about 225 degrees
Fahrenheit, when smoker is ready place ribs top side down on rack and cook
for about 2 hours.
After the second hour, flip ribs over and lightly sauce the top with (That BBQ
Tang sauce) the let you ribs cook for about another 60 to 90 minutes. Your
looking for a nice caramelization on the top of your ribs, and when you pick
them up, they shouldn’t break apart but be very close to doing so. (they
should bend not break). Add your desired amount of sauce and Dig in!
Dry Rub –
¼ cup Brown Sugar
3 Tbs paprika
1Tbs dry mustard
1Tbs sea salt
1 ½ tsp granulated garlic
1 ½ tsp onion powder
½ tsp coriander
That BBQ Tang sauce –
2 cups of ketchup
½ cup yellow mustard
4Tbs of Worcestershire sauce
½ cup apple cider vinegar
¼ cup brown sugar
Sweet Heat Hot Sauce –
1bt of Texas Pete (6oz)
½ stick unsalted butter
Mix all ingredients together
and add ½ of the (That BBQ
Tang sauce) mix well
Rib Wings –
Once your ribs are done cut
them into single bones
Flash Fry at 350 degrees for
Place the fried ribs in a
Toss them in the (Sweet
Heat Hot sauce)