Easy Beef Ribs Dry Rub Recipe #StandWithRibs
An easy to make dry ribs with common spices you may already have on hand. This recipe produces tender, moist, and perfectly cooked ribs with loads of flavor. Post contains affiliate links.
Father’s Day is already tomorrow and quite frankly that is kind of shocking. Not because of the actual day, but the calendar date. I am wondering how we got to the middle of June so fast? Lately, my wife and I have been so busy because we are moving. You heard it first! We will still be in Massachusetts but in a more rural setting. Our yard will be bigger and ideal for outdoor entertaining and grilling.
That is why I wanted to share my go-to Easy Beef Ribs Dry Rub Recipe that provides and sweet and savory rib experience. There is no need to marinate your ribs with this recipe. You pretty much can dry rub them on the spot, enclose them with foil, and place them on a charcoal grill.
The secret to these ribs is to start them out in foil, but then finish them right on the grill grates. This allows the brown sugar to caramelize and give them a deliciously sweet coating. Paired with some perfectly charred edges of fat and tender meat = the easiest and best rib recipe.
We all know starting a charcoal grill can be a pain without the right tools. I have an arsenal of grilling accessories I use to grill, but I felt like using the charcoal lighter fluid method yesterday. Kingsford Odorless Charcoal Lighter Fluid is my choice because I don’t want my food tasting like chemicals. Paired with their Kingsford Long-Burning Charcoal Briquettes and you have the perfect grilling experience.
Despite the fact that my grill shows signs of extreme use, I never go cheap on the charcoal briquettes. Through experience, I have learned that using quality briquettes from Kingsford gets the job done right.
Plus, the Kingsford Long-Burning Charcoal Briquettes allow me to cook dinner, and still have warm coals later for s’mores.
My girls were out with family the other day, so I made some ribs for my son, wife, and I for lunch.
Paired with some baked beans, and potato salad; it was the perfect lunch.
Want to whip up this Easy Beef Ribs Dry Rub Recipe? Here is what you will need:
- 1 cup of light brown sugar
- 1 tsp of black pepper
- 1 tsp of minced dry onion
- 1 tsp of minced dry garlic
- 1/2 tsp of paprika
- 1/2 tsp of oregano
In fact, I am going to recreate this experience tomorrow, on Father’s Day except Amy might take over the grilling duties….maybe.
Let’s all come together and make ribs the official food of America. Don’t forget the sides too like corn bread, potato salad, cole slaw, beans, and pretty much any other yummy summer salad.
But first, don’t forget to pick up some Kingsford Long-Burning Charcoal Briquettes to help make your grilling experience worry-free.
Hi, how long did you do the rips in foil and on the grill (out of the foil)?
I never, ever use any charcoal lighter fluid. I’ve got a chimney starter. The reason is lighter fluid will not completely burn off and will leave a taste on whatever you are grilling. I’ve tried all kinds of fluid and always end up tasting it in my food. The chimney starter is the best investment I ever made when it comes to grilling.