Mike's BBQ Beef Ribs. Easy, beefy, barbecued goodness every time! I swear these were some of the best ribs we ever flopped a lip over! Great recipe for Mike's Smoked BBQ'd Beef Ribs.
Magic Dust dry rub, recipe follows. You can still support us by purchasing a gift card! The first time we tried to go to Mike's BBQ, there was an hour and a half wait so, of course, we had to go back to see what the fuss was all about. You can cook Mike's BBQ Beef Ribs using 28 ingredients and 14 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Mike's BBQ Beef Ribs
- You need of ● For The Ribs.
- You need 2 Pounds of Meaty Beef Or Baby Back Ribs [room temperature].
- You need of ● For The Fats.
- You need 1/3 cup of High Heat Vegetable Oil.
- Prepare of ● For The Seasonings.
- It’s 1 tbsp of Fresh Ground Black Pepper.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of Cayenne Pepper.
- It’s 1 tbsp of Cracked Sea Salt.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of Smoked Paprika.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of Seasoned Salt.
- You need 2 tbsp of Garlic Powder.
- Prepare 2 tbsp of Onion Powder.
- It’s 1 tbsp of Ground Cumin.
- Prepare 1/4 Cup of Brown Sugar.
- Prepare of ● For The BBQ Sauce.
- Prepare 1 of EX LG Bottle Sweet Baby Rays Barbecue Sauce.
- Prepare 4 Drops of Liquid Hickory Smoke [not extract].
- Prepare of ● For The Kitchen / Grill Equipment.
- It’s 1 of Set Tongs.
- Prepare Tin of Foil.
- Prepare of ● For The Options.
- You need of Hickory & Apple Chips.
- Prepare of Fresh Bread & Butter.
- You need of Cole Slaw.
- You need of Mashed Potatoes.
- You need of Buttered Corn.
- It’s of Green Beans.
- You need of Garden Salads.
We had the beef ribs, pulled pork mac and cheese, fries and onion rings. It was enough food for the four of us. Because we smoke meat at home, we are probably a little more critical of BBQ restaurants. Had some delicious smoked pork ribs with Mike's potato salad and the smoked baked beans.
Mike's BBQ Beef Ribs instructions
- Cold water rinse and trim ribs of anything unsightly. Pat dry..
- Create your dry rub and mix well..
- Coat your ribs with oil and generously press on the seasonings listed above. Or, to your desired tastes..
- Wrap ribs in tin foil tightly and marinate for 2 to 4 hours at room temp. Lay something heavy on top of ribs..
- Prepare your grill. Clean, spray and heat her up. Another option you might enjoy is a light smoke..
- Throw seasoned rib slabs on your clean, greased heated grill. Grill at 350° to 400°..
- Grill for about 8 to10 minutes with lid closed but slightly ventilated. Turn slabs occasionally..
- Turn grill up to 450°. Grill, sauce and char your ribs until you notice your meat is pulling away from the bones ends. Or, see what we grillers call, “handles,” you're ready to coat. About 5 minutes..
- I typically use Sweet Baby Rays BBQ Sauce but these are other great brands..
- Ribs slathered with Sweet Baby Rays sauce..
- Know that you can also serve a dry rub rib with sauce to the side..
- Allow meat to rest for three minutes then, slice in between the bones. Serve immediately..
- Serve with sides such as BBQ baked beans, mashed potatoes with gravy. cole slaw, buttered corn and green beans with onions. See recipes for each of those sides – if interested – under my profile..
I also tried his candied pepper bacon. His homemade bbq sauce is very tasty! I would highly recommend this place. The grass-fed beef ribs were sold out so will be back to try those. Thanks Mike and family for a great meal!