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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