My take on a Texas classic barbecue beef plate ribs also known as the Dino rib or Texas rib. I couldn’t think of any better way to kick off the 2020 outdoor cooking season. I made these plate ribs following the recipe used at Franklin Barbecue in Austin Texas. For more content follow me on Instagram meat_aficionado
Aaron Franklins Beef Ribs
1 • Heat the smoker to 285°F and check that the water pan is full.
2 • Trim the ribs if needed.
3 • Slather the ribs with a very light coating of hot sauce.
4 • Apply the rub (equal parts salt and black pepper).
5 • Cook the ribs, meat side up, at 285°F, for about 8 to 9 hours. 6 • Spritz during the final 2 to 3 hours. 7 • Check for doneness by poking the ribs; when they feel like melted butter (about 203°F between the bones), serve.
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