How to smoke Pork Ribs using the Flaming Coals Offset Smoker

This image shows wrapped pork ribs on flaming coals offset smoker

 

Do you love incredibly tender pork ribs?  If you do, then you’re about to get really excited!

 

Making juicy, tender delicious restaurant quality smoked ribs at home is easier than you think! With the Flaming Coals offset smoker you’ll be making these incredible pork ribs at home for your friends and family in no time! 

 

Start off with some great quality pork ribs however if this is your first time cooking feel free to buy cheap ribs from Aldi, Costco or alike until you’ve perfected the art!
 

This image shows Tom Spinks showing the pork ribs that he we will be using for today's cook.

 

Remove the membrane from the back of your pork ribs before lightly seasoning with your favourite rub. We highly recommend the Kosmos Q Dirty Bird rub on ribs. The sweetness, colour and flavour will be out of this world good! 

 

This image shows the pork ribs seasoned with Flaming coals Traditional Lamb Rub

 

In today’s cook, we however used the Flaming Coals Traditional lamb rub for a little hit of rosemary! But feel free to experiment with flavours to find your desired flavour profile. 

 

Once rubbed, get those racks into the pre-heated Flaming Coals offset. You’re looking for a chamber temp of about 275f. Allow those to cook for about 1.5 hours. 

 

This image shows pork ribs on Flaming coals offset smoker

 

While they are smoking away and soaking up all of that beautiful rich smokey goodness, it’s time to prep your wrap. Using pink butcher paper lay a good coating of butter, Canadian maple syrup and Worcestershire sauce. 

 

This image shows a wrapped that Tom Spinks will be using for pork ribs

 

Lay your first rack on the paper, repeat the process of butter, maple syrup and Worcestershire sauce and then sandwich the second rack on top. Repeat the same process again on top and then firmly wrap your rib sandwich holding all that moisture and sweet goodness in!

 

This image shows pork ribs with maple syrup

 

Throw it back on the smoker to finish cooking. Remove your ribs once the meat is falling off the bone and swimming in a pool of buttery sweet delicious goodness. 

 

This image shows the wrapped pork rib on Flaming Coals Offset Smoker


Slice your ribs and serve immediately. 

 

This image shows a juicy pork ribs

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

by: Michael Wilkie