Sausage Seasoned Ribs
Country Sausage Seasoning on a rib is mighty delicious. I’ve used my sausage seasoning on pork butts but never tried it as a rib rub until now. But let me tell you it’s good!
The perfect blend of peppers, salt, herbs, and a little brown sugar creates a savory bark with a touch of bite that has your taste buds begging for more. What does it for me is the way you taste the meat, then smoke, with the sausage seasoning as a back note bringing those flavors together.WHAT MALCOM USED IN THIS RECIPE: Print
Spare Ribs seasoned with Sausage Seasoning and Smoked over Hickory Wood.
- 2 racks St. Louis trimmed Spare Ribs
- 1 cup apple cider vinegar
- 1 cup apple juice
- ¼ cup Malcom’s Country Sausage Seasoning
- ¼ cup Sugar in the Raw turbinado sugar
- Prepare smoker for indirect smoking at 275°F using hickory wood for smoke flavor.
- Combine apple cider vinegar and apple juice and spritz over the outside of each rack of St. Louis trimmed spare ribs.
- Combine the Malcom’s Country Sausage Seasoning and sugar in a dredge shaker and apply an even layer over all sides of the ribs.
- Place ribs on the smoker and smoke for 2.5 hours spritzing occasionally with the cider/juice mixture.
- After 2.5hrs wrap the ribs in butcher paper and return to the smoker for 1.5 hours or until the internal temperature reaches 204°F.
- Remove the ribs from the smoker and rest for 15-20 minutes before cutting into individual pieces.
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