This recipe calls for your BBQ to be set up in a couple of ways. Firstly we want to add some smoke to the ribs, running the barbecue at 225°F (110°C), so water pan in place. To finish off we'll be grilling directly over the fire to make sure the fat renders.
Score the skin well, then coat the ribs with Olive Oil.
Apply your favourite rub (we recommend our Herbylicious BBQ Rub) salty, herby ones work well.
Place the ribs on the smoker, add some Maple wood for flavour and cook for around 45 minutes at 225°F (110°C).
Set up your BBQ for direct grilling (by removing the water pan) or you can use the ProQ Flip 'n Grate and sear the ribs until golden and soft. Tip: Use a toothpick to probe the meat for tenderness, you'll know they are done when the toothpick slides effortlessly into the meat .
Remove the ribs and rest for around 15 minutes before serving.