Ribs! who doesn’t like some ribs slow smoked and cooked to perfection on the grill. That’s the best part, but what you do before you eat and cook ribs is vitally important in the process like removing the membrane from ribs.
On these very pages we provided guides on How To Select The Best Ribs For Barbeque, where we covered the difference in spareribs and baby back ribs and how to go about selecting them. In Smoking Ribs, The Basics, we answered the question on how we go about prepping and cooking ribs we make as well as provided a rub recipe. In 3-2-1 Ribs, we went even deeper into the cooking process and gave specific steps to follow so you can make wonderful, tasty tender ribs each and every time. In The Great Rib Debate, we provided the results of taste test on our family and friends to see how they liked their ribs, with the membrane on or removed, and the membrane being removed won hands down. Well, we noticed we never gave an example for removing the membrane and we wanted to cover that so you can continue to make awesome, tasty, tender, mind-blowing ribs for your family and friends.
Below you will find a quick video showing how to quickly and easily remove the membrane from ribs. Let us know what you think or if you have any questions in the comments section below.
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