This recipe is how to cook ribs on the gas grill in foil with apple juice. The first thing you need to do is make sure your gas grill has been set up correctly, and that it’s clean before starting. You also want to make sure the lid is closed tightly before putting the food on the grill. Then you’re going to take a large sheet of aluminum foil, lay out some dry rub seasoning, then put down some yellow onions, celery sticks, or slices for flavor.
Next comes your choice of either baby back ribs or spare ribs which have been cut into portions and seasoned with salt and pepper – if using spare ribs I would recommend adding more salt for taste! Once these are layered onto the foil, top them off with a bottle of your favorite barbecue sauce and seal the edges by folding them up into a tight package, then place that on the grill for about 45 minutes.
1. Preheat Gas Grill to Medium Heat
Before you can cook anything on the grill, it’s important to make sure that the fire is at a proper temperature. To preheat your barbecue or smoker for 10-15 minutes before cooking with coals ahead over an open flame (not both!), increase heat source from all sides until I spot next top flames are orange in color and peeking through smoke rings; reduce by 25%-50% each time lowering temp again counterclockwise around edges while turning away center — continue controlling rate of reduction according indicated above till the desired doneness!
2. Place a Rack on The Grill And Place a Sheet of Aluminum Foil on Top
It’s time to add some flavor! Grill up an easy and tasty marinade using our grill recipe. Just place a rack over your fire, then cover with aluminum foil before placing food on top of it for best results.
A delicious way to cook without all the fussing around–trust us this works every single time.
3. Season Ribs with Salt, Pepper, Onion Powder
Season ribs with salt, pepper, and onion powder. Season again for an extra layer of flavor before adding garlic cloves in their own little bowl along with some paprika for color–add brown sugar if you would like your meat sweeter!
Who doesn’t love BBQ’s pork? Here we show how to make it yourself by following these simple steps: Put generous servings on both sides of the rack or boneless slab; cover tightly paced burner about halfway up so that liquid can boil out (you don’t want soggy meat). Patience is key here because this process takes time about 2 hours per pound depending.
4. Place Two Cups of Apple Juice in The Bottom of The Pan
In a mixing bowl, combine apple juice and water. Pour into the bottom of an oven-safe pan over low heat until it simmers for about 5 minutes or so; this will make sure that everything’s cooked through (not just heated). After waiting patiently while you watch me hold my breath because I’m too chicken sited do most things by myself anymore–you might be thinking “Wow! You’re such a survivor!” which is kind.
5. Wrap ribs tightly in foil and place them on top of the rack
When it comes to cooking ribs, you’ll want a rack that can hold up! This is one of the key features for ensuring your meal has an ideal amount of smoke and flavor. The best way to find this type of thing? Just ask–most BBQ restaurants will be able to offer advice on what they use at their location or sell them if not already in stock; otherwise search online until someone sells some off Amazon with free shipping included (which might take longer but definitely pays off).
When wrapping meat such as pork spareribs or beef short rib steaks, always make sure there are no air pockets between layers.
6. Cover Rib Pack With Another Piece of Foil For More Steam Coverage
The best way to cook a rib pack is by covering it in aluminum foil and placing it on top of your grill or smoker. This will create more moisture, which means juicier meat!
Grill for 30 minutes or until meat is tender but not falling off the bone
Let the grill do its job and you’ll end up with a mouth-watering meal.
Imagine eating tender, juicy meat that is not falling apart when taken off of the bone! Grill for 30 minutes until all parts are cooked thoroughly yet still have some chewiness left in them to give your taste buds something new every time they bite into one of these tasty bites.
Let cool slightly before removing from foil and serving
Let’s enjoy our delicious, fresh-from oven chocolate chip cookies while they’re still warm.
We recommend you let the cookie cool slightly before removing it from the foil and serving but we won’t judge if you devour one as soon as it comes out of the oven!
Hope you get an idea about how to cook ribs on the gas grill in foil with apple juice. If you want to make the best ribs ever, try these easy instructions. First, place some apple juice in a saucepan and bring it to a simmer. Once it’s heated up enough, remove it from the stovetop and pour over your favorite cut of pork ribs (beef or lamb can be used as well).
Next, take aluminum foil and create an envelope with one side open for sealing on top of individual racks of ribs that are down low on your grill grate; then seal tightly closed. Grill at 350°F for about 30-40 minutes until they reach desired doneness. Check out this recipe if you need more details!