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Trying New Recipes On Your Outdoor Grill

Trying New Recipes On Your Outdoor Grill

One of the best things about installing a new outdoor grill is that you get to cook your favorite recipes all summer long. You can also try new recipes that you haven’t had before, but have always wanted to cook. At The Outdoor Appliance Store, we want to make it easy for you to make delicious food in your backyard, on your patio, or wherever your outdoor cooking spot is. With our selection of propane, pellet, charcoal, and other grills, you can find the perfect option!

Mouth-Watering Ribs

Chances are you’ve cooked ribs on the grill before, but it may have taken a few tries before you got them just right. You want the meat to be tender, and you want to be sure that the ribs aren’t too dry or too moist. People often go for that “meat falling off the bone” consistency, but that isn’t always best. You want the ribs to be easy to eat, but still have some chewiness to it. That perfect mouth-watering flavor comes from cooking them at the perfect temperature for the right amount of time.

Prize-Winning Baby Back Ribs*

    • 3 lbs baby back pork ribs
    • 1 tablespoon ground cumin
    • 1 tablespoon chili powder
    • 1 tablespoon paprika
    • 1 cup barbeque sauce
    • Salt and pepper to taste


Prep Time: 30 minutes

Cook Time: 1 hr 5 minutes

Total Time: 1 hr 35 minutes


1. Preheat the grill at high heat (for gas grills). If you’re using a charcoal grill, arrange the briquettes on one side. You can oil the grate if you’d like.

2. Mix the cumin, chili powder, paprika, salt, and pepper in a small jar. Put the lid on the jar and shake.

3. Trim the membrane off the ribs by running a small, sharp knife between the membrane and each rib. Take the spice mix and sprinkle it on both sides until the ribs are consistently covered. You don’t have to use all of the rub!

4. Place a piece of aluminum foil on the lower rack to catch drippings from the ribs. Lay the ribs on the top rack and reduce the heat by turning down the gas or by placing the ribs away from the coals. Close the lid and don’t open it for one hour.

5. After one hour, open the grill and brush the ribs with the barbeque sauce of your choice. Cook the ribs for an additional five minutes and then remove them from the grill. You can leave them as a rack, or you can cut them apart and pile them on a plate.

6. Serve, eat, and enjoy!

*Recipe from

Cooking outdoors is one of America’s favorite pastimes, and if you love using your grill as often as you can, it’s important to have a variety of recipes to use. Your family will love the delicious meals you create, as will anybody else you invite over for a barbeque (or who just happens to show up).

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