This is optional, but I threw mine in a blender because the brown sugar was a little clumpy. looks pretty evenly mixed to me!
Prepare the Ribs
Remove the membrane on the back of your ribs. You may need to get a knife in between the membrane and the meet to get it going, but once you have a grip on it it will come right off.
Your ribs should now look like this after removing the membrane.
Give each slab a nice coating of rub on each side.
Wrap them up in tin foil and place on a cookie sheet and place in the center rack of your oven for 2 hours.
Note: my ribs are in half slabs just because I have a smaller grill. Feel free to keep them in whatever size you're comfortable with.
Making the BBQ Sauce
Bring the water, brown sugar to a boil. About 10 minutes
Add the rest of the ingredients and stir together
Let this cook on medium heat, stirring frequently for about 20-30 minutes. Set aside.
Grill the RIbs
Time your grill so that it's ready to go by the time your get your ribs out. usually takes me about 20-30 minutes to get my charcoal grill ready.
With the grill nice and hot (about 350-400ish) place your ribs on the grill meat side up. Baste with a generous layer of bbq sauce
About every 5 minutes, flip the ribs and baste. Do this for about 20 minutes total. You'll have a nice char going on the ribs and the sauce should start to thicken up
Take them off the grill and let them sit for about 5-10 minutes, Cut them into strips and serve!
Find the full recipe at: https://dadwithapan.com/texas-style-pork-baby-back-ribs/