April 23, 2024
Dry Rub Recipe Ribs

Dry Rub Recipe Ribs

The best part of summer isn’t necessarily the heat, but finger-licking good ribs. And with Dry Rub Recipe Ribs, you’ll never have to worry about the long wait for good ribs again. We’ve put together our favorite barbecue recipes from across the web so you can enjoy them all summer long too!

Dry Rub Ribs- Memphis (Dave's Dinners) : Recipes : Cooking Channel Recipe | Cooking Channel

Here are The 6 Best Ribs You’ll Ever Taste: 

1) Honey Garlic Ribs by The Sugar Shaker – In this recipe, you’ll need a handful of ingredients including salt and pepper, cayenne pepper, garlic powder and onion powder. Mix it up with some honey and soy sauce. This recipe is sure to please even the pickiest eater in your family (and it will make you a star among friends!). 

2) Spicy Dry Rub Ribs by The Country Cook – If you want some heat, these spicy ribs will satisfy your every craving. These ribs have just the right balance between spice and sweet! Use a rub that can be found in local stores and start making this delicious dish with your friends, family and neighbors!

3) Baby Back Ribs Au Jus by My Baking Addiction – While baby back ribs might not be quite as traditional as spareribs or St. Louis style ribs, they’re every bit as delicious! Mix brown sugar, corn syrup, and splash of apple cider vinegar to create a delicious glaze and then top with a little kick from pepper. 

4) Dry Rub for Ribs by The Cottage Smallholder – You won’t believe how easy these dry rub ribs are to make. Salt, sugar, chili powder and paprika are just a few of the pantry-friendly ingredients you’ll need to whip up this family favorite. Get ready to enjoy some quality time with your family for the summer!

5) Easy Dry Rub Ribs by Countryside Cottage – These ribs are ready in less than an hour and can be made up to three days ahead. With the help of this dry rub, the meat becomes tender and flavorful. Everyone will love them! 

6) No-Fuss Honeyed Ribs by The Lemon Bowl – Simple ingredients and a quick marinade are all you need to make these honeyed ribs extra special. Dress them up with a delicious glaze and savor the deliciousness!

What You Need For Dry Rub Recipe Ribs?

2 racks of baby back pork ribs, about 3 1/2 lbs. each

1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter

4 cloves garlic, minced

6 tbsp. honey

3 tbsp. soy sauce

¼ tsp. red pepper flakes (optional)

Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste (about 1 ½ tsp.)

What To Do?

1.Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Meanwhile, place the ribs on a rack in a roasting pan.

2.Melt the butter in a saucepan and stir in the garlic, honey, soy sauce and red pepper flakes (if using). Season with salt and black pepper and pour over the ribs. Roast for 1½ hours until tender. Remove from the oven and let cool for 10 minutes; transfer to a serving platter to serve with your favorite barbecue sauce or gravy recipe.



1.Trim the membrane from the back of each rack of ribs, removing all excess fat.

2.Mix the sugar, salt and peppers thoroughly and apply to both sides of the ribs. Place ribs in a baking dish, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 12 hours or overnight.

3.Remove from refrigerator and let come up to room temperature for about an hour before grilling or broiling to desired doneness (medium rare).

4.After grilling or broiling, brush ribs with honey to glaze, and then coat with a generous amount of barbecue sauce.

Is It Healthy?

Baby back ribs are a great choice of meat for virtually everyone, including vegetarians and vegans. These ribs are low in fat and high in protein, but they’re fibrous and dense. So the point here is to cook them low and slow for a longer period of time to achieve the perfection that you desire.

It’s also important to note that pork ribs are higher in fat and calories than beef ribs, but they’re both still considered quite healthy. Just remember – everything in moderation!

In moderation, of course! While barbecue sauce is not an incredibly healthy food on its own (because it’s fairly high in fat), it’s certainly a lot better than some other commercial sauces out there.

How To Store Ribs?

If you can manage to live without ribs for more than 24 hours, you’ll be able to store them without refrigeration. Simply place the ribs in a baking dish and place them in the oven – covered with foil and at no higher than 200°F. Allow them to rest for an hour, then grill or broil your ribs until they’re ready to eat.

It’s All About The Sauce!

While you can use different kinds of barbecue sauce to flavor up your ribs, the most common thing associated with ribs is a barbecue sauce. Here are a few of my favorites.

Memphis Dry Rub Ribs : Recipes : Cooking Channel Recipe | Cooking Channel

What You Need?

¼ cup apple cider vinegar

1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce

2 tbsp. chili powder (or to taste)

4 tbsp. brown sugar

2 tsp. salt

2 tsp. ground black pepper

4 cloves garlic, minced

1/4 cup ketchup

What To Do?

1.Mix together all ingredients in a medium bowl until well combined. Cover and refrigerate for up to 5 days or freeze for longer storage. Bring to room temperature before using or freeze to thaw before using in step 8 below.

2.Combine all ingredients in a saucepan over medium heat until simmering. Stir well to combine and cook for about 15 minutes, or until the mixture has thickened to a syrup-like consistency.

3.Using a brush, coat the pork with the sauce and put back on the grill to cook for about 20 minutes.

4.Turn the ribs over regularly using tongs and brush them with more sauce, as required, until cooked to your liking.

How To Store BBQ Sauce?

Store your barbecue sauce in a safe place, such as the fridge. You can store it up to 3 months in there, so long as you’re not planning on using it straight away. It’s okay to keep the sauce in the fridge for a month or more if you use it within 6 months of making it.

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