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Grilled Pork Ribs are always a treat. This recipe will show you how easy it is to make the most delicious foil wrapped ribs with mouthwatering homemade peach BBQ Sauce. A recipe that will make your flavor buds go crazy!
Using fresh pork for summer grilling is a great addition to any menu. My family loves making many grilled pork recipes all summer.
Today I am using Smithfield Extra Tender Fresh Pork Back Ribs to make easy and delicious foil wrapped grilled pork ribs with a homemade peach BBQ sauce.
Grilled Pork Ribs
Grilling pork ribs at home is a lot easier than many people think. I always use a dry rub on my ribs before grilling them. The rub adds amazing flavor to the ribs. Wrapping the ribs in foil locks in the flavor of the rub and the pork is always tender and delicious! These ribs are also ready in about one hour.
What temperature do I use on my gas grill to cook the ribs?
When the ribs are wrapped in foil, the best temperature to keep the grill at is 350 degrees. Ribs are done in an hour.
What internal temperature should pork be cooked to for best results?
- Pork loin, roasts, and pork chops should be cooked to 145 degrees with a 3 minutes rest time.
- Medium Rare: 145-150℉
- Medium: 150-155℉
- Medium Well: 155-160℉
- Well: 160℉
What sides go well with grilled pork ribs?
When should I put the peach BBQ Sauce on the ribs?
One ribs have gotten to the temperature of 130 degrees, I remove them from the foil and place the ribs back on the grill. Baste the ribs in the peach BBQ sauce and they should be done in around 15 minutes. Keep watch over the ribs, you don’t want them to burn.
How do I make the homemade peach BBQ sauce?
You have two options, I give you the from scratch recipe and a shortcut recipe. You can use either one depending on your time.
Why should I foil wrap my ribs to grill?
Wrapping pork ribs in foil and grilling them ensures even cooking and less chance of burning the ribs. The juices stay in the foil and soak into the ribs.
For my family, shopping at Walmart is always so convenient! I get my family Smithfield Pork® from Walmart but they also offer varieties of delicious brands of pork.
You can purchase your favorite brands of pork at Walmart because you are getting quality pork for the family to enjoy.
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How to make grilled pork ribs:
- Clean grill grates and preheat grill to 450 degrees.
- Preheat for 10 minutes, reduce heat to 350 degrees.
- Rub the pork ribs with the dry rub.
- Wrap the pork in foil and place on the grill.
- Let cook for about an 45 minutes. Pork ribs should be 130-135 degrees. (Not yet ready to eat)
- Remove foil from ribs and discard foil and any extra juices that came off the ribs.
- Baste the ribs with peach bbq sauce.
- Continue basting both sides until cooked through.
- Internal temperature of pork ribs should be at least 145 degrees.
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Foil Wrapped Grilled Pork Ribs with Peach BBQ Sauce
- 2 slabs Smithfield Extra Tender Fresh Pork Back Ribs about 3 to 3 ½ pounds
- Homemade Smoky Dry Rub or a favorite dry rub seasoning
Homemade Peach BBQ Sauce
- 1 Tablespoon olive oil
- 1 whole onion,peeled and diced
- 3 peaches peeled and diced
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 cup ketchup
- ¼ cup brown sugar
- 2 Tablespoon brown mustard
- 1 teaspoon paprika
- ½ teaspoon chili powder
- ½ teaspoon black pepper
- salt, to taste
Foil Wrapped BBQ Pork Ribs
- Ensure grill grates are clean.
- Preheat grill to 450 degrees. Let heat about 10 minutes and reduce heat to 350 degrees.
- Remove the white membrane from the back end of the pork ribs.
- Pat the pork ribs dry with a paper towel.
- Place the ribs on a large piece of aluminum foil.
- Cover ribs with dry rub. Flip ribs over and cover back of ribs with the dry rub.
- Close the foil up around the ribs and place on the preheated grill.
- Let pork ribs cook about 45 minutes. Internal temperature should be about 130 degrees.
- Remove foil and discard the excess liquid and foil.
- Baste pork ribs with the peach bbq sauce(recipe below).
- Continue to grill and baste both sides of pork until internal temperature of pork is at least 145 degrees.
- Serve with your favorite sides.
Homemade Peach BBQ Sauce
- In a small saucepan over medium heat add olive oil till warm.
- Stir in onions and peaches. Saute for about 3 minutes to sweat the onions and peaches will soften,
- Add in minced garlic and stir for another minute.
- Pour in ketchup, brown sugar, brown mustard, paprika, chili powder, and black pepper.
- Let simmer, stirring occasionally for about 10 minutes.
- Check seasoning and add salt, to taste.
- Adjust any other seasonings, if needed.
- Use an immersion blender to blend all ingredients until smooth. If you prefer chunkier BBQ sauce, leave some pieces whole.
- Continue to simmer another 5 minutes. Baste your pork ribs with the sauce. Use extra to serve with the pork ribs.
Short on time Peach BBQ Sauce
- Follow steps 1-3 in Homemade Peach BBQ Sauce above.
- Add in your favorite store made BBQ Sauce. Let simmer about 10 minutes.
- Use an immersion blender to combine and smooth the peach bbq sauce before basting pork ribs.
- Recipe nutrition is using Homemade Peach BBQ Sauce.
- Dry rub is not included in nutritional facts
- Any nutritional data I provide is an approximation and actual dietary information can vary based on ingredients and proportion sizes.