Bianca Lively: BBQ Ribs


BBQ Ribs

I felt like something southern for dinner. 
So I thought, why not BBQ ribs! Um, yum! 
Here is how easy this recipe is. First off, the spice rub that makes this recipe!

- full rack ribs (baby back or saint louis spear ribs)12 bones total normally
BBQ Spice Rub:
•1/2 cup Light Brown Sugar
•1/4 cup Paprika
•1 Tablespoon Black Pepper 
•1 Tablespoon Salt 
•1 Tablespoon Chili Powder
•1 Tablespoon Onion Powder 
•1 Tablespoon Garlic Powder
•1 teaspoon of Cayenne Pepper  

-BBQ glaze
•1 cup BBQ sauce
•1/2 cup honey

Directions for glaze:
Cook on stove top till well incorporated. 

Directions for ribs:
•Combine all dry ingredients together in a bowl. 

•Grab your ribs and pat dry them with a paper towel. Separate your ribs into portion sizes (I did about 3-4 bones)
•Massage a bit of the rub to each portion. Front and back till they're well coated.

•Place ribs in ziplock bag to marinate in the fridge for about 2-3 hours. 
•Now if you don't have a smoker like me, your BBQ grill will do the job just as well. Turn on your BBQ grill and cook ribs indirectly in the grill with it completely shut for about 4 hours. Turn the ribs halfway through the cooking time.

•During the last 20 minutes baste the ribs with BBQ glaze. 
For a more stickier rib, add more BBQ glaze the last 10 minutes as well. 


Our cute little pups that wanted to hang outdoors with us. Coco the yorkie, and Roxee the shepherd. 

 Cant forget out most favorite person in the world! Watching some cartoons while mommy and daddy cook. Beauty.

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