These Grilled Dry Rub Baby Back Ribs, are coated with mustard and then patted down with a spicy dry rub. Cooked to perfection over an indirect heat, then 10 minutes before removing from the grill are coated with a sugar free barbecue sauce.
Combine all ingredients in dry rub group and set aside.
Remove Smithfield Extra Tender Pork Back Ribs from package and pat dry with paper towel.
Using a silicone brush, coat ribs with mustard on front and backside.
Sprinkle dry rub over mustard coated ribs and lightly pat to pack rub into mustard coating.
Pre-heat grill until very hot. I light all 4 burners on my grill to preheat. Once hot, I turn two burners off on one side. Place ribs on grill side where burner was turned off. Watch the temperature of your grill while cooking and make sure it stays around 325.
Cook ribs over grill, turning every 30 minutes. Once turned, spray ribs with a mist of apple cider vinegar. (Tip from Scott - the vinegar helps keep the ribs from drying out).
While ribs are cooking, make your sugar free barbecue sauce. Combine all sauce ingredients. Set aside until ready to use.
Once your ribs reach an internal temperature of 185, coat with the homemade sugar free barbecue sauce (if desired). Let cook another 10 minutes for the sauce to cook onto the ribs.
Remove from heat and serve with extra sauce if desired.
Fat 44g, Net Carbs 7g, Protein 37gNutrition information calculated using myfitnesspal is provided as a courtesy, but will vary depending on the specific brands of ingredients you use. Please consult with your doctor regarding specific health needs.