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Fire-Cracker Pork Ribs recipe

Fire-Cracker Pork Ribs.

Cool down these zesty, spicy-hot ribs witha dipping sauce of blue cheese salad dressing and serve withcrisp celery sticks and baby carrots.

Recipe: Fire-Cracker PorkRibs

4 pounds pork spareribs, (St. Louis-styleribs)
1 tablespoon paprika
1 teaspoon onion powder
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon chili powder
3/4 teaspoon dried oregano
1/2 teaspoon pepper
3/4 cup buffalo-style wing sauce

  • Pat ribs dry with paper towels.
  • Mix together paprika, onion powder, garlicpowder, chili powder, oregano and pepper in small bowl. Rub mixtureevenly over both sides of ribs. Wrap ribs in plastic wrap andrefrigerate for up to 3 hours, if desired.
  • In a covered charcoal grill, prepare amedium-hot fire. Bank coals on both sides of grill. Place drippan in center.
  • Place ribs, bone side down, in centerof grill over drip pan. Cover and grill over indirect mediumheat for 1 hour, adding more briquettes, if necessary, to maintainan even grill temperature.
  • Generously brush ribs with wing sauce.Continue to grill, covered, for 30 minutes more or until meatis very tender, generously brushing with sauce again after 15minutes.
  • Transfer ribs to cutting board. Looselycover with foil; let rest for 10 to 15 minutes.
  • To serve, brush ribs with sauce and cutinto serving-size portions.

    Makes 4 servings.

    Recipe and photograph provided courtesyof Pork, Be Inspired®.

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