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Elk City BBQ Baby Back Ribs

Cowboy Cooking Recipes from AlansKitchen.comMakes 6 servings

Prep Time: 1 hour
Grilling Time: 10 - 14 minutes

Ingredients

  • 4 - pounds baby back ribs (beef or pork)

  • 8 - cups water

  • 1/2 - onion, sliced

  • 1 - teaspoon salt

  • 1 - teaspoon black peppercorns

  • 1 - teaspoon red pepper flakes

  • 2- 1/4 - cups barbecue sauce (Any flavor)

Directions

  1. I simmer my ribs in a deep pot of water.  

  2. Then I add my onion, salt, peppercorns, red pepper flakes.

  3. I cover and simmer for 50 minutes.  Then I drain the ribs.

Prepare Grill to Medium Heat.

  1. On my hot grill, I place my ribs about 5 inches above the coals.  

  2. I cook them between 5 to 7 minutes per side or until they are lightly browned.  Now, I brush my Bar-B-Q sauce over the ribs and make sure that I get all sides. 

  3. I keep grilling for 6 to 8 minutes per side.  I want my ribs tender and well glazed.

Alan's Kitchen Picnicking & Tailgating Tips
Cook the ribs on the stove before leaving.  Place in plastic bags and place in refrigerator.  Keep them in ice chest until ready to grill.  

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Cowboy Did You Know
The arrival of English-speaking settlers in Texas began in 1821, while California did not see a large influx of settlers from the United States until after the Mexican-American War. However, in slightly different ways, both areas contributed to the evolution of the iconic American cowboy.  Particularly with the arrival of railroads, and an increased demand for beef in the wake of the Civil War, older traditions combined with the need to drive cattle from the ranches where they were raised to the nearest railheads, often hundreds of miles away.

 
 


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