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beef ribs

pokeypokey Posts: 59
edited 2:07PM in EggHead Forum
anyone have any tips when doing beef ribs?

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  • pokeypokey Posts: 59
    Thank you both very much so would you say slow and low is the way to go? we are trying differnt meats and just haveing fun with new egg.
  • pokeypokey Posts: 59
    should we cook them on the v rack because we dont have a drip pan yet.
  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 8,118
    Take your plate setter and wrap in HDAF, set an old pie pan raised about 1 inch and add some water to catch the grease drippings, keep an eye on the liquid so it does not dry out and burn, thereby imparting a bad flavor to the ribs. Can be cooked higher and a shorter time, but I prefer the 6-7 hours low. Let us know w/pics.
  • ShiffShiff Posts: 1,598
    There are 2 kinds of Beef Ribs. One is Short Ribs and they tend to be tougher and usually are cooked with a liquid in a dutch oven, etc.

    The other type of rib is Beef Back Ribs and are best cooked low and slow for 4-5 hours. I've used a rib rack to keep them vertical and let the smoke get to both sides.

    There have been a number of posts of beef ribs in the last few weeks. Either do a search or just scroll down through the pages.
    Large BGE
    Barry, Lancaster, PA
  • Egg JujuEgg Juju Posts: 658
    If we are talking shortribs the smoke then braise works well. Either way they need to be braised a bit. Kevin Rathbun has a recipe in the Big Green Egg cookbook that is delicious. If you can find the white balsamic vinegar it is an awesome addition to the dish.

    Photo is a little over-exposed... sorry... the ribs were delicious though, and the acid from the vinegar reduction cuts the richness of the meat perfectly.
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    If you are talking about big meaty beef ribs...
    This is the way I have done them in the past... love those dinosaur bones.

    http://www.quelfood.com/recipes-1/beef/dinosaur

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    Large and Small BGE * www.quelfood.com
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