BEST beef ribs I have ever made or had. The two rubs come together perfectly and the last 30 min at 375 give it the perfect color and crunch! Going to be doing these at least once a month.
Only thing I change on the recipe is the rub. I also recommend to cover them & put them in the oven at 200 for about 2 hours. Really helps tenderize the meat.
I saw Akaushi beef short ribs on sale at a local butcher.
I let them wet age for a week in the fridge. Then I followed the directions .. 3 hours at 250 then 30 minutes at 375 then baste with BBQ sauce (Stubbs).
I took them off the grill and put them on a sheet pan and sealed it with foil. I put them in the oven @ 200 to keep warm until dinner. Dinner was about 2 1/2 hours later.
The ribs were probably the best meat I have ever eaten.
Tender, tasty, beefy and juicy.
I am going to do them again in a week or two.
I have tried chicken on a can and pork ribs on my new Rec Tec and both came out so good that I figured that I'd try some beef ribs. I stuck by the time and temperatures the were on this page at 250-375. Perfect!! I injected with salt and my Santa Maria rub diluted in beer! then rubbed a light coat of Olive Oil since I had no Extra Virgin. I then applied a good coat of my home made Santa Maria rub. Put in the fridge over night. Put it on the Rec Tec as per this page. I place on a grate in a shallow pan filled with beer to help steam them! I Applied my home made BBQ sauce for last 5 min. then place back on grill which anything with a slight tang will work! OMG the best thing that I ever ate as good as any ribs that I have ever had!
These are the best beef ribs I have ever done. Can't wait to do try these again.
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