Originally posted by b-n-kchefservice
Lite your coals let them turn white divide them in half pushing them as far to both sides of the grill as possible with a shallow drip pan between the piles of coal then put your prepared ribs in the center if the grill between the piles of coal bone side down put the cover on the grill go mow the lawn, drink a beer, prep your sides (about 2 hours). rake the coals back to the center of the grill, sauce and finish directly over heat. I hope this helps. Barry from MI
Originally posted by dktani89
Does anybody have the perfect way to cook baby back ribs in a weber barbeque? I have looked and have not found the correct instructions
You will never have to search for a rib recipe again. This is the best of the best. I have a Weber gas grill however you can do it on a charcoal grill using the indirect method as b-n-kchefservice explained above.
1.Rub your baby back ribs with your favorite dry rub and let stand at room temperature for 1/2 hour. After they sit you'll notice the rub turns into a paste.
2.Meanwhile set your Weber gas grill to MOM. Temperature should run around 325 degrees.
3.Place a smoker box full of your favorite wood chips on the back of the grill. If you don't have a smoker box you can use heavy duty aluminum foil. Wrap up the chips and poke holes in the foil. I only do one smoking.
4.Put your ribs on a rib rack and place it in the center of the grill over indirect heat. CLOSE COVER AND TRY NOT TO PEEK (this will be impossible to do so try not to peek to often as you'll let out the heat). Cook for 1 1/2 hours.
5.Remove from grill and place on aluminum foil. Brush the ribs with your favorite BBQ sauce. I found Sweet Baby Ray's to be the best. Wrap in the foil and place in a brown paper bag. Let sit at room temperature for 1/2 hour. Trust me this is very important.
6.Remove from the bag and the foil (yes they are still hot) and enjoy the best ribs you have ever had.
I have tried many different ways to do ribs but this is the best. It is so simple but so good. Do not try to deviate from this recipe as it has been tested many times. Enjoy!