Da Kine Hawaiian Smoked Ribs


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Baby back ribs are truly one of my favorite things to eat! I have watched my husband grill ribs for years, but never tried grilling or smoking them myself. I wanted to experiment with some new rubs, so I grilled two racks of ribs at once.
I used Da Kine Hawaiian Da Rub Original for one rack and paired them with the Da Kine Hawaiian Original BBQ Sauce.
For the other rack I used Da Kine Hawaiian Da Rub Spicy and paired them with Da Kine Hawaiian Spicy BBQ Sauce.
The night before grilling, I seasoned each rack liberally and covered with foil. 3 Hours before grilling I sat the ribs out and seasoned them again.
Prepare charcoals in a chimney. I inserted a Smokenator 1000 into my Weber Platinum. If you don't have a Smokenator, treat yourself to an early Christmas/Birthday/Sunny Day present. Once charcoals are glowing pour into the Smokenator, layering your choice of smoke. I used Pecan wood chips and had great results with a nice smoke ring. Insert the liquid dish in the Smokenator and fill with liquid of choice. I went with water, but have used beer in the past. Cover the grill for at least 5 minutes with vents open to gauge your temp. You want to keep the heat between 225 and 250 the entire time.
I used the 3-2-1 method to smoke the ribs over indirect heat. 3 hours with smoke, 2 hours wrapped in foil, and 1 hour with no smoke. The last 30 minutes brush BBQ sauce on ribs every 15 minutes. I used two coats.
Remove ribs from grill and let sit for 10 minutes. Slice and enjoy.
If you like these Da Kine Hawaiian Smoked Ribs, check out our BBQ Rotisserie Baby Back Ribs or Bacon Wrapped Apple Ribs!
jdlohman's 3-2-1 Ribs also has more tips on how to smoke the perfect rib!

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