Recipe Origin Australia
Rating
No Reviews
Servings 4
Preparation 30 min 00:30
Cook 6 hours 06:00
Ready in 6 hours 30 min 06:30
Difficulty Experienced
Cooking Method Grill Smoke
Ingredients Beef Meat
Equipment BBQ Grill Smoker
Recipe Type Dinner Finger Food Main Dish
Cooked With Dipper's Backyard BBQ Wars
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Beef Rib Pops

This spectacular beef rib pop recipe was cooked on Dipper’s Backyard BBQ Wars Episode 1.

The beef ribs undergo a fairly elaborate trimming preparation before a relative simple cooking method that creates a unique and stunning presentation.

This recipe is defiantly one to practice and keep in reserve for when you are trying to really impress someone.

Ingredients

1 rack beef ribs (4 bones)

favorite beef rub, to taste

favorite beef sauce, to taste

Equipment

smoker or grill setup for low and slow

chunk of hickory or similar

Recipe Directions

  1. As this is a more complicated butchering process this may be done before setting th barbecue.
    Select a 4 bone rack of beef ribs and cut in half to create 2 bone pieces.

  2. Cut the meat across the center at right angles to the bone. The top and bottom of each will become ane serving.

  3. Selecting one of the bone quarters remove the meat from the bone, then reeat the process for the meat on the bone on the diagonal. When completed there will be two pices of meat looking like a letter L, one part made from the bone, the other all meat.

  4. Scrape all the meat from the bone to get a clean presentation. Then prepare two pieces of butchers string abut 30cm long. Wrap the flap of meat around the bone it is attached to and tie in place with the string.

  5. Prepare the smoker or grill for low and slow indirect heat. Add two chucks of hickory wood.

  6. Leave the beef rib pops to smoke the ribs for 5 to 6 hours. Check after 2 or 3 hours, the bone may need to be wrapped to stop it getting too dark and the meat moistened (or wrapped) if starting to dry out.

  7. The beef ribs are cooked when “a knife passes through them like butter”, this is around 95 degrees C (203 degrees F), they may also be tested by placing a toothpick or similar in and feeling little resistance.

  8. The ribs may be serves as is or topped with a glaze of your favorite BBQ sauce.

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Recipe Origin Australia
Rating
No Reviews
Servings 4
Preparation 30 min 00:30
Cook 6 hours 06:00
Ready in 6 hours 30 min 06:30
Difficulty Experienced
Cooking Method Grill Smoke
Ingredients Beef Meat
Equipment BBQ Grill Smoker
Recipe Type Dinner Finger Food Main Dish
Cooked With Dipper's Backyard BBQ Wars
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