Peach Glazed Smoked Ribs - Super Bowl Recipes

Peach Glazed Smoked Ribs - Super Bowl Recipes

Peach Glazed Smoked Ribs

Time: 5-8 hrs.


* 1 rack of St. Louis Ribs

* JT's Brisket Rub

* JT's BBQ Rub

* 1 jar peach preserves

* 1 bottle Worcestershire Sauce(warsh your sister sauce)

* 1 bottle apple cider vinegar


Start by removing any extra fat or thin edges, and the membrane from your ribs. Now rub the ribs with your favorite binder(I used olive oil) and season generously with JT's Brisket & JT's BBQ Rubs on both sides. Smoke the ribs at 250-275 degrees for at least 2.5 - 3 hrs. spritzing every 45 minutes. For the sprits I mixed equal parts water, Worcestershire and apple cider vinegar. Wrap the ribs using the foil boat method(YouTube it) and continue smoking between 250-275 degrees until the internal temp of the ribs reaches 203-210 degrees and they feel very tender(twist a bone or poke with your instant read thermometer to check for tenderness.) Open up the wrap to form a bowl so you don't make a mess. Now its time to glaze, for the glaze I mixed 3/4 cup peach preserves with 2 tbsp. Worcestershire and 1 tbsp. apple cider vinegar. Apply the glaze to the ribs and continue cooking at 250 for 10-15 minutes or until the glaze has set. Remove the ribs from the smoker and allow them to rest for 10-20 minutes. Slice in and enjoy!

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