This grilled broccoli recipe is a game changer. The broccoli turns crispy on the edges and tender in the center, and it’s seriously easy to make (without heating up your kitchen!). A chile- and garlic-infused honey takes the grilled broccoli over the top, giving it an irresistible sweet and spicy flavor. It’s an easy, healthy side dish that will steal the show.
Guide to barbeque – Although most people think of BBQ as a rustic or informal form of cooking, there is an art to it. Master it, and you can produce fall-off-the bone, juicy, and tender meat each and every time. Here are the top tips to helping you become a pit-master in the comfort of your own home. Invest in a Charcoal Grill If you haven’t yet invested in a grill or are thinking about upgrading, you may want to consider a charcoal grill over a gas one. Yes, gas grills are easier to handle and temperature management is a great deal easier. Nevertheless, as Kaila Harmon of Taste of Home mentions, they lack that distinct smoky flavour that is a must-have with charcoal versions. Not to mention, on average, charcoal grills can reach higher temperatures. As such, you are able to get a nice sear, particularly on your meats. Even if you aren’t planning on getting a charcoal grill, add a smoke box to mimic the smoky flavour with your gas model. Include Wood for Added Flavour A wide variety of grills and smokers allow you to use wood chips, chunks, or pellets. If this is true for your type and model as well, then you should certainly add them. They add a distinct smoky flavour to the food. Now, each wood corresponds to a particular type of meat. For instance, hickory works well for pork and mesquite is best for beef. If you would prefer something more universal, then oak wood or maple wood work just as well. Fruit woods such as apple or cherry are milder and can even add some sweetness. Skip the Lighter Fluid If you are like most people, then you probably use lighter fluid to get your barbecue going. Although this fuel can get the flames going quite quickly, there is a major downside. This is the fact that it adds a certain chemical taste to the food. This is why you should learn how to work a chimney starter instead. This resembles a beer mug, except it is made from metal. You pile coal into it and then light the fire at the bottom. Once the fire gets going, you empty the burning coals into the grill and get started. Use Thermometers Most barbecue recipes give you a timeline, cook for a certain amount of time until the meat is done. Unfortunately, this is a highly inaccurate method. Keep in mind, the exact grilling time can vary based on the size and shape of the meat, the type of grill you are using, the temperature inside the gas chamber, and even the weather. Thus, it can be difficult to estimate when the meat is actually done. To avoid any mistakes, always use a meat probe and then cross check it for the appropriate temperature of doneness for the type of meat that you are cooking. This ensures that your meat is perfectly grilled each and every time. As an added bonus, you won’t have to cut into the meat to figure out whether it is cooked all the way through or not either. Do Your Research on Grilling Meat From ribs and steaks to briskets, each meat needs to be grilled in a particular manner. As Kristy, main contributor of CatHead’s BBQ notes, you have to use different seasonings, marinating methods, and grilling temperatures for each cut of meat. In some cases, some meat has to be started off on sections of indirect heat and then moved to direct heat for the finishing touches. It is due to this that you should never assume that one method is going to work for every cut of meat. Instead, always do your research. Read up on what the pros and the pit-masters have to say. Take notes and follow these to the letter. They will make all the difference to the finished product. These are the top tips that will take your barbecue to the next level. Therefore, you should brush up on them before your next cookout. You won’t regret it!
Easy Barbecue Pork Ribs are tender, moist and finger-licking good. First they are oven baked, low and slow, then sauced and grilled.
Mouthwateringly tender pork ribs slathered in your favorite BBQ sauce, you won't be able to put these grilled country style ribs down!
This easy smoked baby back ribs recipe results in the most succulent, tender and juicy ribs ever!! For the most flavor, rub the ribs with the spice rub a day or two before smoking (if you don’t have the time you can smoke the ribs directly). Be sure to use heavy duty aluminum foil when wrapping the ribs, as you don’t want any of the juices to escape. I love to serve these smoked ribs with jalapeño cheddar cornbread muffins or roasted oven fries (and plenty of paper towels ?). Check out some of my other favorite serving suggestions above. If you don't have a smoker, I've included instructions on how to cook the ribs in the notes below!
I know cooking large pieces of meat at home can be intimidating, you don't want to mess it up. Ribs are very forgiving, it's so tender, even if it's slighlty overcooked it still tastes delicious. Can we also talk about this marinade? So good. Thyme, parsley and garlic : can't go wrong with these!
How to make Slow Grilled Beef Ribs. Ingredients: Serves 4 4 pounds beef ribs For the Marinade: 1/2 cup dry red wine1/4 cup soy sauce2 tablespoons vegetable oil3 cloves garlic, minced1 teaspoon dried thyme1/2 teaspoon salt1/2 teaspoon black pepper2 tablespoons barbecue sauce, optional Metho
Saucy, fall-off-the-bone tender baked BBQ baby back ribs are coated with an amazing rub, then slathered with sticky BBQ sauce! It doesn’t have to be summertime to enjoy these incredible barbecue ribs!
These tender, boneless country-style pork ribs are cooked low and slow for over 2 hours then slathered in your favorite BBQ sauce! Perfect for dinner, weekend lunches, or get-togethers, these ribs will definitely be one of your most requested meals!
These braised short ribs bao buns have a nice combination of flavor and texture. Sweet, salty, and tender braised short rib beef sandwiched in a light steamed bun, topped with fresh herbs and cucumber. Beef short ribs are a truly fantastic cut of meat. You can serve them with the bone it or bone out, either way, they still taste delicious. Choose the ribs with more marbling, because as marbled fat melts, it will meld beautifully with the spices and saltiness of soy sauce to create a sweet, salty, and addictive dish. You can store the cooked buns in the fridge for up to 5 days, or in the freezer for up to a few months. Reheat frozen buns in a steamer for 3 minutes, or until soft, and warmed all the way through. If you make this Braised Short Ribs Bao Buns, be sure to leave a comment and tag me on Instagram! Love to hear from you. Follow my Pinterest and Instagram to get more recipes and cooking ideas! Related article: Purple Yam Dumpling Braised Short Ribs Bao Buns Ingredients 1 cucumber, thinly sliced a handful of cilantro or mint leaves 2 red chilies, sliced into thin strips, to serve for the …
Tender beef short ribs in a rich sauce made of red wine and chipotles in adobo.
Braised Short Ribs in a Dutch Oven are irresistible, fork tender, fall-of-the-bone beefy goodness. And the best thing? Slow cooked short ribs are easy to make.
Rich and flavorful Smoked Country Style Ribs are a hearty main coated with a tasty dry pork rub and slathered in BBQ sauce for fork-tender pork ribs! These perfectly tender country-style ribs smoke to perfection in about 4 hours, making them a dinner worth waiting for!!
Juicy and tender pork ribs baked in the marinade, made of honey and soy sauce primarily, are a perfect option for a family dinner. The recipe of oven-baked ribs is very simple and easy to follow. The
These perfectly flavorful Smoked Beef Back Ribs are smoked low-and-slow until they reach the best ever juicy, tender, melt in your mouth texture! Follow this easy 3 step method for effortlessly amazing smoked beef ribs!
Sweet Chili Dry Rub Smoked Beef Ribs are so delicious! A household favorite when grilling season rolls around, perfect on the grill whether you smoke your beef ribs or not!
There are many ways you can tenderize an inexpensive cut of meat. Learning how by using the right method, will save you money! You can easily turn any cut of meat into tender juicy steak, roast, ribs or meat for stir-frys Tenderizing means breaking down the muscle fibers in the meat making the meat softer […]
Celebrate summer grilling at its best with these delectable Baby Back Ribs with BOOM Sauce. #BossBabyBackRibs #recipes