How to Make Grilled Texas-Style Beef Ribs
Everything is bigger in Texas and these texas style beef ribs are made for a big appetite. The slightly sweet sauce gives a twist to these ribs.
Hi, I'm Kristina for Recipe.com. Today, we're gonna make Grilled Texas-Style Beef Ribs. Everything's bigger in Texas and these are for a big appetite. Here's what you're going to need: a teaspoon of salt, a teaspoon of black pepper, one large onion, finely chopped, a half a cup of honey and a half a cup of ketchup, one 4-ounce can of diced green chili peppers that's been drained, a tablespoon of chili powder, one garlic clove, minced, and a half a teaspoon of dry mustard. Then, of course, you have 3 to 4 pounds of beef back ribs. I've already trimmed the fat from the ribs and now I'm gonna season both sides with salt and pepper. Let's put together our sauce. Start with the chopped onion. Some honey. Ketchup. Your diced green chilis, and then of course we have the chili powder, the garlic. We have there. And the dry mustard, and we're gonna let this cook for about 10 minutes. While the sauce is cooking, let's get the ribs on the grill. It will take about an hour over medium heat. The ribs will be on the grill for about an hour. We'll check back then. I'm really excited about these ribs. We have about 10 minutes left to go. Now, this is the time that we get to brush on this fantastic barbecue sauce. Let's do it. Get it all nice and glazed. Get all that flavor into the meat. I cannot wait to be finished. I'm gonna give this about 10 minutes and then you can pass the remaining sauce. Okay, it's been 10 minutes. These ribs are done. Let's take a peek. Oh, yeah. We got a fire going here. Okay. Right on the serving platter. Take a look at that. We have the remaining sauce. Pass that with the ribs, and there you have it, Grilled Texas-Style Beef Ribs. Thanks for watching. For more great recipes and savings, visit us at Recipe.com.
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