There’s nothing like good barbecue and these beef ribs are great for any grill. In fact, I’m going to show you how to smoke these Country Style ribs on a gas grill. There’s really nothing to it. In fact, in my opinion, it’s even easier than using a traditional smoker with virtually the exact same results. Don’t believe me? Then check this out.
Smoked Country Style Boneless Beef Ribs Ingredients:
Country Style Boneless Beef Ribs Ingredients:
3 lbs Boneless Beef Ribs 1 cup Beef Broth Kosher Salt and Pepper to taste
Grill and smoke the Country Style Boneless Beef Ribs over indirect heat at 225° Fahrenheit for 3 hours. Switch the meat around on the grill, spritz with Beef Broth and and probe one meat portion with a thermometer. When internal temp reaches 160° F, wrap with foil and add 1/4 cup of Beef Broth. Cook again over indirect heat until the internal temp reaches 205° Fahrenheit, then remove from the grill. Wait 10 minutes to cut, shred and serve.
There are many different ways to prepare and cook Barbecue Beef Ribs and because a lot of you don’t have a grill or a smoker, I decided to break it down, into the simplest form, by showing you how I bake them in an oven. Plus, doing it this way, it’s pretty much a set it and forget it type of recipe and with a tiny bit of prep and a little patience, you can be enjoying delicious Barbecue Beef Ribs in just a few short hours and have plenty of time to spare, in between, cooking side dishes while sipping a cold one.
Barbecue Beef Ribs Options
Technically, cooking Barbecue Beef Ribs in the oven isn’t exactly barbecue because they’re not cooked over an open flame, which gives a real nice smoky flavor an oven can’t provide. So, you might want to consider rubbing the meat with some liquid smoke, if that’s the flavor you’re going for. The rub recipe I use has smoked paprika in it, so if you’re using my recipe you won’t need it. Some folks like to rub Worcestershire into the meat before they salt and pepper and that’s a great alternative as well. The three steps I use is very simple and you can choose to use any 1,2 or all 3 of them if you like. First, Kosher Salt and Pepper. Second, Meat Rub and Third, Barbecue Sauce.
I like to use my Brisket Rub recipe and the Barbecue Sauce I posted a while back. Both recipes are in clickable links in the ingredients down below if you want to learn them and give them a try. Otherwise, just stick with your favorite rub and and sauce.
The Rub and Sauce are optional but links are included for the ingredients of each recipe, if you’d like to try them on your ribs. Bake for 3 hours at 300 degrees Fahrenheit. If you’re adding barbecue sauce, bake the Barbecue Beef Ribs for another 10 minutes and bump the heat up to 350.