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BEef Back Ribs on the Traeger grill

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Good morning fellow smokers. Today, I'm smoking Back Beef ribs on my Traeger using the 3-2-1 method and using a simple Jack Danials beef rub. However, I will be adding 1 extra hour in the foil process (so it will be 3-3-1 method) so I can have more tender ribs. Will this hurt the cooking process? I would like to use Apple Cider as my liquid for the foil. But I was also told beer is good as well. Your thoughts please?

post #2 of 4

I think 3 hours in the foil will be too much.

 

I would check them at the 2 hour mark & then decide if you want to go longer.

 

You can use any liquid you want in the foil. I use water.

 

Al

post #3 of 4
3:2:1 is perfect in my mind for beef ribs. Only ribs I foil are beef ribs. The braise really does help.

Beef broth is a good choice if you don't want to alter the beef flavor. A good stout, Porter, or red wine are good too, but will change the flavor of the beef.
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Beef Back Ribs came out PERFECT!!! Thanks you all!!:439:

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