The 3-2-1 method (so named for the three sets of cooking times) for smoking ribs nearly guarantees tender, fall-off-the-bone ribs without a lot of extra effort. All you need to follow this method is a big sheet of aluminum foil and lots of time. Everything else follows the normal process of.
Not cooked in a crock pot or whatever method they use in most restaurants. I like real smoked, dry rubbed ribs. Sometimes I even add a little sauce at the end. Folks, these ribs are just perfect, cooked using the 2-2-1 method, and come off the smoker just right! They don’t fall right off of the bone, they have a little bit of a chew to them like real ribs should. Here is how I smoke ribs.
Many competitive barbecue teams use the tried-and-true 3-2-1 method when cooking St. Louis Style Ribs. This recipe and video will show you how easy it is.Smoked Ribs using 3-2-1 Method. Smoked Ribs using 3-2-1 Method. Ribs. Smoking. By BBQ Bob. Share. Tweet. Pin. Share. Here is the 3-2-1 Method! Here is a wonderful home grown video that shows how we agree that the 3-2-1 method is used. A super simple method, but some great ribs are created as a result! Click NEXT (below) to see the video! Share 3. Tweet. Pin 2. 5 Shares. 1 2 Next.The 3-2-1 method of smoking ribs is not my original idea but is a process that tends to yield very consistent results and I do use it occasionally when I want my ribs to be falling off the bone. If you have no idea how to prepare and smoke ribs then I recommend you read the tutorial that covers the basics of smoking ribs first. Once you have learned the basics and decide you want your ribs to.
Smoked Ribs (3-2-1 Method) 3 Guys Outside. August 03, 2018. 399 Last Sunday was Mother’s day and my wife wanted some ribs. I have recently bought a new wood pellet grill and I wanted to try cooking some ribs on it. I have cooked ribs in the past on my kamado grill which uses lump charcoal and I wanted to compare how the ribs tasted on the pellet grill. I also have been reading a new book.
This is how I do Traeger Style 3 2 1 Ribs. You don't need a Traeger, but it sure doesn't hurt. Indirect heat is best, regardless. Purchase quality pork ribs. I prefer back ribs with a lot of meat on them. This recipe will do two or three racks.
Step 1 - Get ya some meats Step 2 - Citrus tea brine (optional) Step 3 - Prep Mr. Ribs and apply Mr. Cumin Rub Step 4 - Fire (Fahr, if you are from Missouri) Step 5 - Indirect heat and smokey-smokes Step 6 - Foil (Fohl, if you are from Georgia) Step 7 - Sauce to knock your socks off Step 8 - Winner, winner, ribby dinner.
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