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Left over rib meat, what to do with it?

Mark0525Mark0525 Posts: 1,230
edited 6:16PM in EggHead Forum
I have a ton of meat left over from when I trimmed the ribs to St Louis style. Any idea what I can do with them on the egg? They have the rub that I used on the ribs and have been in the fridge for a day

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  • GoonSlapperGoonSlapper Posts: 106
    I have a similar dilemma with my ribs (I also have leftover brisket i need to use up). I actually used my Food Saver so it'll keep a little longer, and then I'll probably use mine to make some pork rib/brisket fried rice, once I decide to make some rice. I may wok the fried rice on the BGE, unless I get lazy and just do it on my stove.
  • Isolated01Isolated01 Posts: 156
    I have heard of a ribmeat gumbo. I think I saw it on Diners drive inns and dives.
  • cook it with the ribs. heck, it can be better than the ribs themselves.

    or make sausage. i save mine, buy some butt to add to it if necessary, and make sausage.
  • Beans, soup, stew, enchiladas, tacos, burritos, sauerkraut and pork,etc.etc.
  • popedaddypopedaddy Posts: 51
    Cook them with the ribs then fridge have rib tacos the next day. They are pretty dran good.
  • JeffersonianJeffersonian Posts: 4,244
    Nice idea...I've been cooking it, chopping it fine and putting it into baked beans, but that sounds even better, or just as good!
  • tomotomo Posts: 78
    We cook it with the ribs and plan to use it in burritos,
    chinese dish etc. Trouble is that if you leave them out, people start nibbling and they are all gone. Have never made it to the side dish...tom
  • Mark0525Mark0525 Posts: 1,230
    Thanks for the replies. do you think it would be good if I throw them on the grill direct heat just to cook them up and then throw some sauce on them and chow down? If so what temp would work?
  • Capt FrankCapt Frank Posts: 2,578
    I like to cut mine in small strips, coat with Raging River, then add brown sugar, cook them high in the dome, makes awesome pig candy! :evil:

    Capt Frank
    Homosassa, FL
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