Smoked Pork Country-Style Ribs
Want to smoke an easy “rib” dinner on a gas grill? Try this smoked pork recipe for country-style ribs with a whiskey-peach glaze.
For the ribs
country-style pork ribs
cracked black pepper
For the glaze
cup brown sugar
tablespoon chili powder
Country Style Ribs
These ribs are not exactly ribs, but more of a meaty, boneless rib. They are part of the pork loin. With a fair amount of connective tissue, these ribs need time on low, indirect heat to get tender.
This can be substituted with 1/2 cup peach compote.
20 Minutes for Prep, 3 Hours for Cook
Preheat your TRU-Infrared™ gas grill on high with the lid down for 10-15 minutes. Place smoke box with wood chips in back right corner.
Hot Tip: If you do not have a smoke box, place the chips directly on the grate.
Salt and pepper the country-style ribs.
With the smoke box smoking, turn both burners down to medium high. Place the country-style ribs on grill.
Sear on both sides for about 7-10 minutes on each side. The ribs should turn easily.
Move all ribs to one side of your grill and turn off the burner underneath. Turn the other burner or burners down to low. Close the lid and let smoke for another two hours.
While smoking ribs, make the whiskey-peach glaze. In a sauce pan combine whiskey, sugar, chili powder and crushed overripe peach. Whisk ingredients on high to reduce sauce. Bubbles will begin large, but shrink as the sauce thickens with reduction.
Glaze ribs and cook for another 30 minutes, saving some of the sauce for dipping. Serve and enjoy.
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