BBQ Baby Back Ribs

11 Jul

There’s a little BBQ stand on the corner of the street that omits an amazing, smokey, hickory aroma, which instantly  makes me hungry every time I pass it, of course I always want to stop by and simply devour a plate full BBQ pork ribs, but as a new paleo ( I really don’t have an excuse for cheating) and I am quite confident that the rub and BBQ sauce responsible for the amazing smokey scent is probably not paleo approved, therefore I find myself somehow resisting the urge to stop.

So whats the solution for an intense craving for a non paleo item..simply going home and returning to your kitchen to make a paleo friendly version of it!

Ingredients

2 1/2 lbs of baby back ribs

3 tbsp of smoked paprika

1 tbsp of garlic powder

1 tbsp of ground cumin

1 tbsp of ground coriander

1 tbsp of chili powder

a pinch of cayenne pepper

1 tbsp of dry mustard

1 tbsp of sea salt

1 onion sliced

Ingredients for BBQ Sauce

2 10 oz can of organic tomato sauce (nothing added)

2 tbsp of tomato paste

2 tbsp of dijon mustard

2 tbsp of apple cider vinegar

2 tbsp of hickory liquid smoke

2 tbsp of raw honey

a pinch of cayenne pepper

1 tbsp of garlic powder

1 tbsp of onion powder

Method

1) Preheat oven to 325, mix together spices and thoroughly rub into pork ribs, place is a deep baking pan and cover with foil, let cook for 3 hours

2) Combine all ingredients for bbq sauce, after three hours brush bbq sauce all over ribs and continue to cook for an additional 20-30 minutes

3) Once done remove from oven and let cool, using a knife cut ribs and feel free to devour

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10 Responses to “BBQ Baby Back Ribs”

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  3. laurie August 31, 2012 at 7:53 pm #

    Found your recipe on Fast Paleo. The ribs are in the oven as I type 🙂 I am curious to know where the “One Onion Sliced” comes into play.

    • La Cucina Di Kait August 31, 2012 at 8:58 pm #

      how did it turn out? You put the onions in about half way through cooking under the pork or saute the onion in a pan and use it to top the pork!

      • laurie August 31, 2012 at 9:10 pm #

        Okay Thanks for the quick reply! They are still cooking and smell AMAZING! They have just under 2 hours to go then I put on the sauce and I will add the onions like you suggested. Thanks again!

      • laurie September 1, 2012 at 11:32 am #

        Oh. My. Goodness! They were delicious! I am sending this recipe to friends and family. What a great way to impress the man in your life. My husband was very happy! Thank you very much!

      • La Cucina Di Kait September 1, 2012 at 10:01 pm #

        I am so happy to hear that!

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