Did someone say barbecue? Create fiery flavor by rubbing and saucing tasty ribs.
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Pork loin back ribs are the leanest and most tender ribs, but you also could use pork spareribs. Plan on cooking them for the same amount of time.
Arrange these robust ribs on a platter surrounded with sprigs of fresh cilantro and halved orange slices.
When food is cooked away from the heat source, it’s called “indirect-heat” grilling. This is the best way to cook large and long-cooking foods, such as these ribs, because the indirect heat won’t overcook the food. Because there’s no fire under the food, there’s also less chance of burning during the longer cooking time.
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