No Wrap Ribs
Wrapped ribs, 3-2-1 method, with BBQ sauce, without BBQ sauce …there are plenty of ways to cook your ribs. Pitmaster Shane Draper says, “This is hands down the EASIEST, no-wrap rib recipe that gives you the most flavor.”
Remove silver skin from the ribs. Lightly dust the front and back sides of the ribs with AP Rub.
Place ribs on a 250-265 degree grill. Once an hour you will spritz the ribs and coat with a coat of rub. At the end of hour 1 spritz and dust with Beef.
Hour 2 spritz and dust with AP.
Hour 3 spritz and dust with Beef.
As you are coming to the end of hour 4 the ribs should be close to done. You can determine at this point if you want to redust or add sauce to the ribs as they are finishing the cooking process.
Your ribs may be done as soon as 3.5hrs depending on thickness but may take as long as 5hrs if they are very thick. Just use the bend test to determine tenderness. If the rib bends and starts to break if you pick up the full rack they are definitely done.
Grilla Grills No Wrap Ribs
It seems like everyone loves ribs, whether pork or beef, cooked on the slow-cooker or pellet grill. Pork ribs need to be cooked slowly over low heat, which is why we recommend using the Kong kamado grill, the Grilla smoker grill or the Silverbac wood pellet grill. Ever wonder what part of the pig baby back ribs come from? They usually contain loin meat and come from the back of the animal.
When it comes to cooking your ribs, spice rubs and barbecue sauce are the traditional means of seasoning. That’s why we’ve got you covered with Grilla Grills All Purpose Rub and Grills Beef Rub. No wrap baby back ribs are high in protein, minerals and vitamins, making them a go-to source of high-quality fuel for those following specific diets like keto and paleo.
Pork baby back ribs are:
- An excellent choice for keto dieters: If you’ve been following a keto diet, you probably know the drill. This diet is about manipulating the three macronutrients — fat, protein and carbohydrates. Generally, popular keto resources suggest an average of 10-20% protein from daily calories, 70-80% fat and 5-10% carbohydrate. If you’re into keeping score, a 3-ounce serving of pork baby back ribs contains 243 calories, 19.56 grams of protein and 18.28 grams of fat.
- A delicious choice for those going paleo: While the keto diet is more about counting macronutrients, the paleo diet is focused on staying true to specific foods. You may balance macronutrient any way you want, but will have to eliminate dairy, grains and processed foods entirely from your diet. Sounds difficult, right? With recipes like the Grilla Grills no-wrap ribs, you’ll have no problem sticking to food regimen goals.
- High in minerals: The mineral content of a 3-ounce serving of no-wrap St. Louis ribs includes 204 milligrams potassium, 80 milligrams sodium, 2.61 milligrams zinc, 140 milligrams phosphorus 14 milligrams magnesium, 39 milligrams calcium and 27.4 micrograms selenium.
- A significant source of vitamins: There are lots of vitamins in a serving of baby back ribs, such as 1.07 milligrams pantothenic acid, 66.8 milligrams choline, 6.5 milligrams of niacin, 17 IU of vitamin A, 41 IU of vitamin D and trace amounts of vitamin E, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, thiamine and riboflavin.