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Slow Smoked Pork Ribs

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5 from 3 votes
Slow Smoked Pork Ribs with Dirtyleg BBQ Sauce
Prep Time
1 hr
Cook Time
6 hrs
Total Time
7 hrs
This recipe is Baby Back pork ribs seasoned with Dawgs Bark seasoning. Slow smoked for 6 hours over mesquite wood and charcoal. Dirtyleg was used at the end as a mop and dipping BBQ sauce.
Course: Appetizer, Main Course, Snack
Cuisine: American
Servings: 2
  • 1.5 pound Baby Back Pork Ribs
  • 1/4 cup Dawgs Bark Seasoning
  • 1/2 cup Dirtyleg BBQ Sauce
Night Before (if you have time)
  1. Apply liberal amount of Dawgs Bark seasoning rubbed over ribs.

  2. Plastic wrap around ribs and let sit overnight in refrigeration.
Cooking (If you want dinner at 7 pm go ahead and start this process at 11 am)
  1. Light up charcoal.
  2. When charcoal turns to red coals drop 2 to 3 chunks of mesquite on top.
  3. Let mesquite breathe out (hard smoke) for about 15 to 30 minutes.
  4. Unwrap and place ribs on smoker bone side down.
  5. ¼ open top and bottom damper works for our pit. (yours will vary)
  6. At 4 hours mop ribs with Dirtyleg or your favorite sauce every 15 minutes.
  7. Try to keep the temp at 250 for 6 hours.
Recipe Notes
  • This dish was smoked over mesquite wood and coaling charcoal at 250 for 6 hours. You can cook it any way that will give you constant heat at 250.
  • You'll have to feel it out temperatures with your set up but you'll get it honed in in no time.
  • A good indicator the ribs are done (tender) is when the meat shrinks on the bone about ½ an inch.
  • This was made in an Old Smokey pit.
  • A chimney charcoal starter works great for helping to move heat temps up when/if coals start to peter out.


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