Pork Rib Dry Rubs
If you want to make pork ribs memorable, be sure to pat on a generous layer of dry rub. From spicy to sweet to laced with herbs, dry rub for pork ribs can go in many flavor directions.
The pineapple rum and molasses give these juicy baby backs a distinctive Caribbean touch--perfect for summer entertaining.
Before grilling, apply this sweet-and-spicy seasoning on pork ribs, dark meat portions of chicken and turkey, or boneless duck breast. Grill over indirect heat.
Dry rubs are sensational on pork ribs, especially when the ribs are cooked slowly to soak up loads of smoky flavor.
In this barbecue rib recipe, the ribs are smoked long and slow resulting in tender, flavorful meat. The brown sugar and spice rub works in harmony with most barbecue sauces, so choose your favorite brand or make your own.
The spices and sweet apple juice in the barbecue sauce give these grilled pork ribs their robust flavor.
Make this meat rub recipe to keep on hand for summer cookouts, or mix up a batch to share as hostess gifts. Use only fresh spices in the mix; spices lose flavor after about 1 year.
This grilled pork rib recipe, with meat coated in five-spice rub then glazed with a sweetened molasses mixture has fall-off-the-bone goodness.
The first act - a spicy, smoky-flavored rub - sets the stage for the second - the sticky soda-base sauce that follows. Together, this combo creates pork ribs perfection. Look for molasses powder - a unique product made from dehydrated blackstrap molasses - at spice shops or online.
Use your charcoal grill to smoke cook these spice-rubbed pork ribs. Glaze the ribs with a sweet ginger sauce the last 10 minutes of smoking.
These tender, mouthwatering pork sandwiches are flavored with a hot and spicy barbecue sauce. Save this recipe for your next tailgate party.