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Killer Hogs Smoked Ribs

Learn how to make Smoked Ribs using Killer Hogs BBQ Rub on an electric smoker. Subscribe to BBQRubs.com YouTube channel for more great BBQ recipe videos. Don't forget to like and comment on our recipe.

Smoking ribs can be tricky because there isn’t always a great place to insert a thermometer probe to check the internal cooking temperature, but you can easily smoke ribs in an electric smoker. All you need to do is set the smoker to 225 degrees Fahrenheit and use the 3-2-1 method for smoking ribs.

A general rule of thumb for the 3-2-1 method is to prepare 2-3 racks of ribs and do the majority of the cooking during the beginning of the process. The sooner you get the smoking started, the more intense the flavor of smoke you are going to get in your ribs. If you are smoking only 1 rack, you may find the ribs to be done before the 6 hours, resulting in overcooked ribs. For 1-2 racks, a 2-2-1 method should work better.

The 3-2-1 Method for Cooking with an Electric Smoker

Preheat your smoker. Fill up the water pan with water and the smoker box with wood chips. While the smoker is preheating, prepare the ribs. Remove membrane from the inside of the ribs so that your spices and seasonings can really flavor the meat. Once you’ve rubbed the ribs with Killer Hogs The BBQ Rub, you’re ready to smoke.

Smoke your ribs directly on the racks for 3 hours at 225 degrees Fahrenheit. Remove the ribs from the racks and tightly wrap them in aluminum foil. Before closing the aluminum foil pocket, pour a little apple juice, wine, beer, or any other favorite flavor (about 1/8 of a cup) into the packet to enhance the steam process that will tenderize the ribs. Place them back in the smoker for 2 hours.Remove the ribs and liberally coat both sides of the ribs with BBQ sauce. Put the ribs directly on the racks for 1 hour. After a total of six hours of smoking, you’ll have tender, fall-off-the-bone ribs.

 

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