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Marinated And Grilled Baby Back Pork Ribs

Release date:2019-08-05 Publisher: Original Views:266
If you are looking for an absolutely lip-smacking, mouthwatering Southern recipe for your next grilled treat, then you have come across the right place! We simply love full hearts and bellies! 
Roll out your iceboxes, set up your barbecue grill mat and ignite the fire! Guys, it is summertime! There is nothing better than eating barbecued pork ribs served hot and sizzling right off the grill on a beautiful sunny day. So load up your guns and grill a big old batch of these marinated baby back ribs. They are really easy to make and the taste simply explodes in your mouth. As the saying goes: You can take the boy out of the country, but cannot take the country out of the boy. 


4 ½ lbs (approximately)   2 racks baby-rack ribs ,
¾ Cups hicken broth
6 tablespoons  Cider vinegar
¾ Cups Soy sauce
6 tablespoons Olive oil
1 cup (divided) Sugar
Garlic cloves  (chopped and minced)
¼ teaspoon Garlic Powder
1 tablespoon Paprika
½ teaspoon Chili Powder
½ teaspoon Pepper
2 teaspoons Salt
A pinch  Cayenne pepper
Barbecue sauce Optional

Nutritional Facts: 
1 serving contains: 
647 Calories
41g Fats (saturated fats: 13g)
123mg Cholesterol
30g Carbohydrates  (Sugars:29g; Fiber:1g)
37g Protein
2,345mg Sodium

Special Equipment:
1.Non-stick grill mat/ grill rack

Preparation and Cooking Directions:
1.Prepare Marinade: If you want, you can remove the thin membrane from the ribs and discard. In a bowl, combine chicken broth, minced garlic cloves, garlic powder, olive oil, vinegar, soy sauce and ½ cup sugar and mix well to make a nice, smooth marinade. 
2.Turn to Coat: In a flat and shallow baking dish, place the ribs and pour 2/3 of the marinade that you have prepared and refrigerated overnight, turning occasionally. Cover the remaining marinade and refrigerate as well.
3.Rub the Seasoning: Take the ribs out of the refrigerator. Drain them and discard the excess marinade. In a small bowl, combine salt, seasonings and the remaining ½ cup sugar. Rub the mixture over both sides of the ribs. 
4.Start the Grill: Preheat the grill over medium high heat at about 350 °F. Place a barbecue grill mat on the grate to prevent from sticking and mess up, start grilling the ribs for 30 minutes on each side over indirect medium heat. Make sure to cover them while grilling to keep the juices intact. 
5.Basting: Baste the ribs with the reserved marinade. If you like, you can also use some barbecue sauce. 

6.Cooking and Serving: It is time to move the ribs over a direct medium flame and cook for another 20 to 40 minutes longer or until the pork is tender. Turn and baste occasionally while cooking to keep the ribs from burning or getting dry. Serve hot with crispy corn fritters and herbed potato salad. 

Important Tip: In order to have your ribs turn out juicy, moist and flavorful, first marinate each rack of ribs and do a bracing rub before grilling them. 



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