Suggestion: Try also on other cuts of pork or chicken.
Charcoal Grill Directions: Season and refrigerate ribs as directed. Prepare grill for indirect medium-low heat (275°F to 300°F). Light about 30 charcoal briquettes in chimney starter or in center of bottom grill. Let stand until briquettes are gray and glowing. Place about 50 briquettes on one side of bottom of grill. Carefully place lit briquettes on top on them. Place aluminum pan filled with water on other side of bottom of grill. Place grilling rack in place. Place ribs, meat side down, on unlit side of grill over pan of water. Close grill. Cook 2 to 3 hours or until ribs are tender. To maintain medium-low heat (275°F to 300°F), keep lid closed and adjust bottom vents as necessary. Add additional briquettes as necessary to maintain temperature.
SUGAR, BROWN SUGAR, SALT, SPICES (INCLUDING CHILI PEPPER, CINNAMON, AND THYME), ONION, PAPRIKA, GARLIC, SUNFLOWER OIL, AND NATURAL FLAVOR (INCLUDING SMOKE).
2 teaspoons dry mix
I really love the flavor this has. It's excellent on pork and chicken.
William Carr | May 03, 2014 |
I love this rub. It's savory , sweet, and just the right salt content. Been using Memphis low & slow.
L Pierre | June 17, 2014 |
Excellent rub. I grilled my ribs @ 275 to 300 F on a gas grill for 3 1/2 hrs per the directions. Could go up to 4 hours to get them more tender.
Delbert | August 03, 2014 |
Could not find Tennessee rub so I tried Memphis rub. Great.
Abybaby | April 28, 2016 |
I love this stuff! It's so hard to find at the stores because they're always sold out. Last time I found some, I bought all they had left (9 packets) haha. You need to make larger containers of this stuff!
Cory Wilbanks | October 19, 2016 |
Fantastic flavor! I parboil boneless spare ribs and let them marinate in the refrigerator for 24 hours before cooking
Breck | October 24, 2016 |
I would love to see this come in larger container! My family loves this on grilled chicken!
Heather | June 30, 2014 |
Tied for my favorite rub! Wish you made it in a large bottle.
Jana | July 27, 2015 |
I have used this several times on baby back or St Louis style ribs. It's very good and easy. I cook them in the oven on a low temperature after wrapping them in aluminum foil.
Katherine Crowe | October 22, 2016 |