No matter what kind of grill you have, you can easily set it up for indirect grilling. If you own a gas grill, turn on the burners on one side of the grill but leave the burners off on the other. If you are a charcoal fan, move the coals to sides of the grill while leaving a hole in the middle. You’ll place your ribs over the unheated portion of the grill.
Indirect heating turns your grill into an oven. Cooking ribs directly over a hot flame will char them and dry them out.
The perfect temperature is about 250°F. You’ll need to cook them for up to 2.5 hours.