The key to an incredible rib is time. Time to marinate the flavors and time to cook slow and low.
Start by seasoning your rib. Salt and Pepper followed by a good layer of yellow mustard. In a bowl combine brown sugar, paprika, cumin. Coat your rib on all sides with the mixture. Allow the rib to sit for several hours to saturate the flavor into the meat.
I recommend that you smoke the ribs for optimum flavor and tenderness. If that is not an option your grill over the oven will suffice. Keep your temperature between 250 and 300 and allow the ribs to cook for 4-5 hours. The longer you allow the ribs to cook at this temperature the better. Magic happens when you let time be your guide.
For a simple bbq sauce that hits the nail on the head look no further than this recipe. The sauce has a little bit of sweet, a small amount of heat and just the right tang.
- Ketchup 4 oz
- Brown sugar 4oz
- Sweet Chili Sauce 4 oz
- Combine all ingredients and simmer until it thickens slightly.
Sauces should always be added at the final stages of cooking or the very end. Add sauce to your ribs and enjoy. The ribs are down when they pull away from the bone.