Hot 'n' Spicy Spareribs

Hot 'n' Spicy Spareribs

"I always keep this dry rub in a shaker on my shelf so I have it ready to use in an instant. It's a deliciously different way to prepare barbecued ribs."
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2 h servings
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  1. Combine the first seven ingredients; mix well. Rub all of it onto both sides of ribs. Stack the three sheets of foil and place ribs in the center. Bring opposite long edges of oil together; fold down several times. Fold the short edges toward the food and crimp tightly to prevent leaks. Refrigerate overnight. Remove from refrigerator 30 minutes before grilling. Grill, covered, over indirect heat and medium-low coals with meat side down, for 45 minutes. Turn and cook 45 minutes longer or until meat is fork-tender. Remove ribs from foil and place on grill rack. Grill, uncovered, for 10-15 minutes or until crisp, turning once.

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This recipe is excellent!! We used it on baby back ribs and they were incredible. The nice thing about it too, is most of the ingredients, even a beginner cook would have in the pantry.

LOVED this! I didn't have time to let the meat marinate but used this as a dry rub on the ribs and grilled them wrapped in foil for 45 minutes. Took them out of the foil and let them sit on the ...

loved this recipe! Cooked in foil in my oven for about 2 1/2 hours, then put on grill and brushed on "Dinosaur Sensuous Slathering BBQ Sauce." They were to die for, and just fell off the bone! ...

Put this rub on about 10 hours before grilling... It was delicious. And fairly simple too! Will def. use again.

ABSOLUTELY THE VERY BEST RUB EVER!!!!!!! WE DOUBLED THE RUB AND RUBBED OUR 4 POUNDS OF SPARERIBS (ST. LOUIS SPARERIBS) AND LET IT SIT OVERNIGHT IN THE REFRIGERATOR IN FOIL AND THE NEXT DAY PUT...

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