Pit Barrel Cooker Ribs – How to smoke Back Ribs on the Pit Barrel Cooker Recipe** SEE OUR BBQ ACCESSORY GUIDE: http://bit.ly/BBQaccesoryguide
In this Pit Barrel Cooker Smoked Ribs Recipe, we will teach you how to Smoke baby back ribs in the Pit barrel Cooker or another Barrel Style Smoker. This Easy Baby Back Ribs Recipe is one that is simple to do and tastes great! We made these on the Pit Barrel Cooker, but you can also do this on any other type of grill using the indirect cooking method. Everything you need to know is below.
ITEMS USED – (Recipe Below)
PIT BARREL COOKER
INGREDIENTS THAT YOU WILL NEED FOR THIS COOK:
2 Racks of Back Ribs
***HOW TO MAKE THIS EASY COUNTRY STYLE RIBS RECIPE***
First you are going to prep your Back ribs by applying a layer of oil on both sides. This will be a binding agent for when you apply your BBQ Rub. Next apply your favourite BBQ Rub all over with a nice liberal coating. This is going to be the foundation layer of flavour. Once this is done go ahead and place them into the fridge for a couple of hours.
After your ribs are prepped, start getting your grill set up for cooking at 275-300 degrees. If you are using the pit barrel cooker follow the lighting instructions here – https://youtu.be/3WwHRfpjNr0
If you are using a kettle grill you will prepare your grill for indirect cooking.
When you grill is ready you will then place your hooks into the ribs between the 2/3 ribs and hang them into the barrel.
Once the ribs are in the barrel you will let them hang there for 3.5 hours. After 3.5 hours of cooking at 275-300 degrees which is the average cook temp on the pit barrel you will then take them out and sauce all the ribs then get them back into the barrel and cook for an additional 45-60 minutes. you will know the ribs are done when the ribs begin to pull back from the bone and/or begin to pull away.
Once your ribs are done pull them out of the barrel and let them rest for about 10 minutes, slice them up and begin to feast!
That’s it, Enjoy.