A popular method of preparing ribs is with barbeque sauce. When you cook ribs you want to do it right. If you don't cook them long enough, they can be dangerous to eat. If you cook them too long, they will dry out. There are some techniques you can put into action that will help you cook the best barbeque ribs ever.
Marinate the Ribs
Marinating the ribs first will help them to stay tender. You can marinate in barbeque sauce, but it is better to top the ribs with the sauce after they are cooked. Make a marinade of Dijon mustard, red wine vinegar, garlic, olive oil, and Worcestershire sauce. Set the ribs in the marinade for two hours. Remove the ribs when you are ready to cook and discard the marinade.
Precook the Ribs
Precook the ribs to ensure that you do not overcook or undercook them on the grill. Whether using boiling, steaming or slow cooking methods, precook for about one hour.
Grill the Ribs
Heat the grill and baste the ribs with barbeque sauce. Grill the ribs for 5 to 10 minutes, then flip them and grill for another 5 to 10 minutes. Make sure you add another layer of barbeque sauce. Serve the ribs hot, straight off the grill. Provide guests with extra napkins. Barbeque ribs can be quite messy.
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