Learn how to make deliciously Tender and Juicy Foil Wrapped Baby Back Ribs on the grill this summer! It’s grilling season and nothing says BBQ quite like a fall-off-the-bone pork baby back ribs made with a homemade dry rub and a mouthwatering basting sauce.
As the summer sun begins to rise in the sky, the grilling season has begun. And sometime during that season… you might just have some delicious Tender and Juicy Foil Wrapped Baby Back Ribs on your mind.
These melt-in-the mouth baby back ribs, made with a homemade dry rub and a wonderful basting sauce are oh so juicy… and delicious.
Perhaps serve some Grilled Elotes, Baked Beans, Coleslaw, or Skillet Cornbread on the side… not to mention a plethora of grilled veggies mixed together with a vinaigrette that would serve as a giant salad.
Perfect for any sunny weekend.
Why are you grilling the baby back ribs in foil?
I love to grill ribs in foil. It absolutely traps that juicy flavor. Even though it seems unorthodox to diehard grilling fans — it’s absolutely delicious! It cuts grilling time by more than half. And I do grill them directly at the end to get that beautiful char.
Do I have to make my own dry rub? Would a wet rub not be better?
While debates brew among grill enthusiasts over which rub to use — Memphis or Kansas City Style — wet rubs or dry rubs — we’ve been happily making ribs with a dry rub for quite some time. While, honestly, they are both fantastically delicious, we prefer the dry rub when grilling with foil packets. We like the crust it develops and the enhanced flavors.
If you already have a favorite dry rub blend, go ahead and use that!
How do you remove the pork ribs membrane?
If you’re not sure to remove the rib’s membrane when you’re prepping your baby back ribs, the video below will show you how:
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