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You need to use a rub with some sort of sugar in it to form a crust. Look around the forum for a rub recipe you think looks good.

I use either brown or maple sugar on mine.

Good luck!
  Like mneeley said, a rub with a fair amount of sugar and maybe crank up the temp for the last part of the cook time.

Thanks for the advice! People wait in long lines to taste BurnCo Bbq ribs in Tulsa. I agree that it don't look very nice but these ribs taste INCREDIBLE!!! I took this picture from there FB page. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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