Wanted to try Famous Dave's recipe for spares and am I glad I did. I used the electric smoker and the off-set for this cook. This is kind of a double post/recipe so here we go...................
I used all Famous Dave products but this is such a great way of doing ribs you could sub your own favorite ingredients:
You do not remove the membrane...just score it with a knife in a criss cross pattern.
Marinade the ribs in Famous Dave's Pork Marinade or your favorite for -4- hours
Then remove from marinade and pack the meat side of the ribs heavily with brown sugar and minced onion. Wrap em up and stick em in the fridge overnight.
In the morning unwrap and wipe off the sludge on the ribs and rub em heavily with Famous Dave's Rib rub or your favorite rub:
Put em on your pit for -4- hours at 225 (next time I am going -5-..like em to fall off the bone..(Backyard)
) use hickory wood because that's what Famous Dave uses in all of his restaurants or your favorite smoking wood
After 4 or 5 hours in the smoker have your charcoal grill ready because you are now going to sear the ribs on both sides. The membrane is gone after this...outrageous
Then mop with Famous Dave's Rich n Sassy BBQ sauce or your favorite sauce. Keep on mopping and turning over direct heat.
Bring em in and get grubbing....these ribs are just loaded with layers of flavor...a little bit of work but old Smoke calls it a labor of love!!!
Aren't those purdy??? No money shot...they were gone in a hot minute!!!!!!