We try and get together with my family at least twice a month for Sunday dinner. Usually dinner consists of a delicious casserole my mama makes and some tasty sides. Well, now that Summer is here and in full swing we have been using their new smoker grill.
I recently shopped at my local Walmart for Farmlands All Natural Ribs. I was able to receive $1 off each package with this coupon (available while supplies last) from coupons.com. Whenever I prepare a meal for my family I strive to find products with very minimal if any artificial ingredients. Farmland All Natural fresh pork is proudly raised in the U.S.A. Fresh cuts are free from artificial ingredients and preservatives and minimally processed. If you aren't a rib fan, Farmland “all natural” tenderloin is also a great option for grilling.
Prior to this cooking experience I had never cooked ribs before. I searched online for simple smoker BBQ ribs recipes but nothing was popping up. I decided to wing it and create a super easy recipe for others in my situation. These ribs turned out so tasty and were a big hit.
Johnny's Seasoning Salt (to taste)
Stubb's Sticky Sweet BBQ Sauce (enough to coat ribs)
Farmland All Natural Ribs ($1 off coupon here, available while supplies last)
1) Preheat smoker to 325 degrees
2) Trim the membrane sheath from the back of each rack. Run a small, sharp knife between the membrane and each rib. It should easily peel off once you break through the membrane.
3) Generously sprinkle Johnny's Seasoning Salt (and pepper if desired).
4) Lay ribs on smoker and cook for 2-2.5 hours.
5) Brush ribs with Stubb's Sticky Sweet BBQ Sauce, and smoke an additional 5-10 minutes.
My sister Ti is definitely enjoying the ribs (;
For more grilling ideas and tips from the BBQ Tip Masters, be sure to check out readysetribs.com!