Jalapeno Baby Backs

Discussion in 'Pork' started by reinhard, Aug 19, 2015.

  1. reinhard

    reinhard Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Try'd something new.  Wanted some heat on my ribs so this idea popped into my head.  Sure I could add some crushed hot peppers or spicy sauce but I like trying something new [maybe not new idea but it is for me].  Two slabs of baby backs.  One with just rub and one that will have the rub, peppers, and my sauce [I call it Reinhards Caught A Buzz Sauce LOL].  Pulled the membranes, smeared the mustard, seasoned both and on one put jalapeno peppers that were scraped and halved.  Used my Char-Griller barrel type grill/smoker for this.  Normally I would use the smoker or use the Char-Grill with the side fire box for the heat but I was pressed for time.  In-direct heat of course.  After I did all of the above,  I double foiled both racks and put them in the grill for about 2 hours.  The temp inside the grill ran about 300 deg.  After that I took the foil off and started to mop the rack with the peppers. The other rack with just the rub, I spritzed with apple juice and brandy mix when needed [the leftovers of that went to the cook].  Here are some pics: Reinhard




    Membrane off, one rack with just rub and one with peppers.


    Freedom from the foil and the two racks are on their way to tenderness.


    Here I pulled them off the grill ready to serve.


    Those peppers gave the rack some heat.  Next time I may leave the seeds in for a little more.  


    My plate shot.  My wife like to dip her ribs in my sauce but I like it on.  The peppers and rice went well with the ribs.  Sprinkled some red pepper flakes on my rice as well as a little sesame oil and soy sauce.
     
  2. tropics

    tropics Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member

    That looks like Hello would be on my tongue.A little much for this old man.

    Richie 
     
  3. oldschoolbbq

    oldschoolbbq Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Nice , I'll have to try this .

    Thanks for the look and the idea!!!

    Stan
     

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