Beef Rib

So messy but so delicious, you can’t have a BBQ without some beautifully cooked, meat falling off the bone ribs. To help you achieve this Jack from Jacks meat shack has created his unique take on beef ribs. See how he does it below to give you a better idea of how to wow family and friends at your next BBQ.


Cooking Method

  1. Preheat your grill to 100C and set it up for indirect cooking.
  2. Trim off any hard lumps of fat as these won’t render.
  3. Coat the meat with olive oil as a binder and season the beef ribs all over with your favourite multi-purpose rub.
  4. Place the meat on the indirect heat.
  5. Continuously check the internal temperature of the beef rib until the internal temperature reaches 95C.
  6. Remove from the heat and rest for at least an hour to allow the juices to redistribute.
  7. Slice into individual ribs and enjoy with your choice of sides.

The Ingredients

What to serve with beef rib

Ribs are a great meaty comfort food that can be enjoyed on their own or with some tasty sides that complement the flavours. See below for some inspiration:

  • Garlic mashed potatoes
  • Baked beans
  • Creamy coleslaw
  • Fried green tomatoes
  • Mac and cheese

Frequently Asked Questions

It depends on your preference; beef ribs are typically more flavourful than pork ribs due to the extra fat they have. That doesn’t mean that pork is lacking in flavour or fattiness, especially if they’re cut from the sternum. So, they are pretty even really it all comes down to which one you and your guests prefer.

The three types of beef ribs are back ribs, plate short ribs, and chuck short ribs.

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