BBQ Riblets

Ribs are getting pretty popular these days. As a matter of fact millions of pounds of ribs are sold around the world every month. Not bad for this barbeque favorite. Likewise, rib parts are gaining their much-deserved attention, since many restaurants, butchers, and supermarkets are out on a frenzy just to give each rib part a catchy name. And so came the riblets, a much under-used rib part which soon found its way into the meat section of your neighborhood supermarket.

The riblets are cut from back of the spare ribs top straighten them out. These parts were usually thrown out in large piles but now they are readily available in many stores. No matter what the occasion, riblets are added to make a great dish. And of course, we can grill riblets to produce zesty barbeques. Here’s a barbeque recipe that will surely leave every mouth craving for more. You will need

2 pounds riblets
2 cups Barbeque sauce
1 cup water
2 tablespoons liquid smoke
2 cloves garlic, minced
salt and pepper to taste

First, you will have to season the riblets with salt, pepper and garlic. Place the ribs in a medium hot grill and turn it on each side until they are completely done. Put the riblets in a broiler pan and place it in an oven at 275 degrees Fahrenheit for 2 to 5 hours. Brush the ribs with generous amounts of barbeque sauce.

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