Indoor Baby Back Ribs
Updated: Jan 4
One of the more popular items on Cannon’s menu was their Baby Back Ribs. They were tender andhad a great smoke flavor. But Cannon’s did not have a smoker. So, how did they achieve this. They used Liquid Smoke. While Liquid Smoke would never replace a smoker, it is great to use if you don’t have one. I have been making my ribs this way lately. A great smoke smell fills the house as the ribs are slowly cooking. It is a great way to enjoy ribs.
2 cups Sugar
2/3 cup White Pepper
½ cup Granulated Garlic
1 tablespoon Cayenne
Mix thoroughly and place in a shaker.
Cover each rib thoroughly with Rub
Place in a pan that has a screen in it.
To the bottom of the pan add ¼ cup Liquid Smoke and ¾ cup Water.
Place ribs on screen meat side up. Cover tightly with Aluminum Foil.
Cook for 4 ½ hours at 250 degrees. When done, allow to cool for 15 minutes.
To reheat, place them on a grill to rewarm them. Add your favorite BBQ sauce and serve.