BBQ Baby Back Pork Ribsby Val Cucina
BBQ Baby Back Pork Ribs
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Sick of those dried out over-priced Baby Back Ribs served up at your local restaurant? Switch it up..! Our Grilled Baby Back Pork Ribs with Sweet and Spicy Rub will change your grilling game forever! This is the juiciest, most delicious pork rib recipe, that’s fall-off-the-bone tender with barbecue sauce and a homemade dry rub.
3 pounds baby back pork ribs
BBQ Dry Rub Recipe
Espresso/Balsamic BBQ Sauce
Remove the membrane: Peel off the “silver-skin” from the back of the bibs.
Cut the rack of pork ribs into 2-3 sections so that it can fit into your “air fryer” basket.
Now make the dry rub from the “Dry Rub” Recipe.
Rinse the pork ribs & pat dry the baby rack pork rib sections.
Now sprinkle generously the “dry rub” compound unto the pork ribs and rub the compound thoroughly into the meat, covering all the nooks and crannies of the pork.
Seal the pork rib sections with cellophane and then a layer of tin foil.
Leave it in the refrigerator for at least 8 hours for the best results, or make it the night before and leave the ribs in the refrigerator overnight.
When you are ready to cook: Preheat the air fryer @ “ROAST” to 375F/190C; spray the wire basket with cooking oil spray.
Once the sir fryer has been warmed up, place the pork with the aluminum foil into the wire basket, meat side down, and cook doe 15 minutes.
Now, remove the pork from the foil and place it in the wire basket. Make sure the air fryer is hot or the meat will stick to the wire basket and bake for another 10minutes more.
Once the 10 minutes are up, flip the pork over and cook for another 10 minutes. Please check the pork ribs frequently during the last minutes of cooking in the air fryer so the meat does not become burnt.
While the pork ribs are cooking, you can make the “espresso/balsamic” BBQ sauce.
Once remove the pork ribs from the basket, set the ribs on a plate and let them sit for at 5 minutes let the hot juices redistribute back into the meat.
Now it is the time to start brushing the BBQ sauce over the cook ribs before you serve them.