Traeger Short Ribs

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Traeger Short Ribs

Post by urbangriller » Sun Oct 31, 2010 1:14 pm

This is Managements dinner from last night.

Forequarter Short Ribs and Fried Rice

I coated the Ribs in Urban Griller Rib Tickler Dust® and left covered in the fridge overnight.
Started the Traeger set to 225F and laid the ribs out.

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After two hours (shopping in the supermarket) came back and applied the first glaze: Urban Griller Rib Tickler Dust® combined with a little Honey, Worcestershire and stout

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Another hour and the second glaze (more honey in this glaze mix)

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Half an hour later and they are ready for foil and resting in a low oven while I make Fried Rice.

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Bingo: Managements Dinner

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Chris
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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by Narmnaleg » Sun Oct 31, 2010 1:23 pm

They look awesome Chris! You started out with some fantastic looking ribs and the end result looks even better.
One question: How do you measure your honey quantities in the glaze?

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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by Buccaneer » Sun Oct 31, 2010 2:09 pm

Chris, you ever do that again and I'm coming right over.
Don't think I'm kidding, I know where your house is,....that is looking like my all time favourite meal!!!!!!

Absolute ripper!

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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by urbangriller » Sun Oct 31, 2010 5:30 pm

Narmnaleg wrote:They look awesome Chris! You started out with some fantastic looking ribs and the end result looks even better.
One question: How do you measure your honey quantities in the glaze?
They are the Forequarter Short Ribs ....$6.50 per kilo and more meat, a bit random though as you can tell from the pics.

I have a formula that works for Management (who is a little chilli whimpy).

1 TBS Rub
2-3 TBS Honey
1 cup Stout.

Then the final glaze has double the Honey and half the rub.

You can play around with this, I like Golden Syrup, but it is hard to find here.

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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by MrBrown » Sun Oct 31, 2010 5:37 pm

bloody hell Chris, very nice work
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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by Buccaneer » Sun Oct 31, 2010 6:07 pm

I like Golden Syrup too but they haven't come out that well!
Forequarter ribs....of...?
Looks like porkflesh in the photo?

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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by urbangriller » Sun Oct 31, 2010 6:11 pm

Hey Buc.....yep Pork....that'd be why it's in the Pork section of the forum! :roll: .......might be time you had a lie down! :lol: :wink:

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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by Buccaneer » Sun Oct 31, 2010 6:16 pm

urbangriller wrote:Hey Buc.....yep Pork....that'd be why it's in the Pork section of the forum! :roll: .......might be time you had a lie down! :lol: :wink:

Chris
:idea: Oh yeahhh.
:oops: :oops: :oops:
Lie down...good idea... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by titch » Sun Oct 31, 2010 6:18 pm

urbangriller wrote:Hey Buc.....yep Pork....that'd be why it's in the Pork section of the forum! :roll: .......might be time you had a lie down! :lol: :wink:

Chris

I was thinking of asking what sort of beast it was as well! :oops:
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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by chief charcoal » Sun Oct 31, 2010 6:29 pm

Chris,

Awesome looking ribs great colour as well, looks like another winner on the traeger :D Chris is that the same rub that you kindly let me sample?
The fried rice looks pretty impressive also!!!

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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by Davo » Sun Oct 31, 2010 6:46 pm

Wow..all of a sudden I feel like some forequarter ribs....they looks soo nice.......would most butchers know what you meant if you ordered them by that title?

and..Chris....we are all hangin' to know your dust sprinkle...would you care to share....pretty please :P

and yeah..it's been a long week....I think it's not only Bucc who needs a lie down........OI......who stole my pillow :|

have a great week fellas :)


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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by urbangriller » Sun Oct 31, 2010 6:54 pm

chief charcoal wrote:Chris,

Awesome looking ribs great colour as well, looks like another winner on the traeger :D Chris is that the same rub that you kindly let me sample?
The fried rice looks pretty impressive also!!!

Mike
Yep, the same!

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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by urbangriller » Sun Oct 31, 2010 7:10 pm

Davo wrote:Wow..all of a sudden I feel like some forequarter ribs....they looks soo nice.......would most butchers know what you meant if you ordered them by that title?

and..Chris....we are all hangin' to know your dust sprinkle...would you care to share....pretty please :P

and yeah..it's been a long week....I think it's not only Bucc who needs a lie down........OI......who stole my pillow :|

have a great week fellas :)


Davo
Here is where I say TRAIN YOUR BUTCHER!!!!, imarty probably has a technical way to say this, but I just say Forequarter Short Rib, in whole portions, they usually like to cut them down so they look prettier............I don't let my butcher do and of the small knife work.


Yeah....Nice try Davo........Do you think I want you bastards beating me with my own rub (unless you paid full retail for it)? I have a couple of Restaurants who want me to make it for them, so I'm not giving it away, it took two years and some to develop!....makes me tired just thinking about it.

Here is the "Base".....it will work nicely just as it is, only three ingredients missing! :P :twisted:

Seriously, this works for me, I make up the "Base" and then I have "add on's" or "tweaks" that I add to provide variations and turn the flavour this way or that.

½ cup Paprika
¼ cup Salt (powderised)
¼ cup Sugar (powderised)
2 Tablespoons Mustard Powder
¼ cups Chilli Powder
¼ cups Cumin
2 Tablespoons Ground White Pepper
¼ cups Ground Garlic
2 Tablespoons Cayenne Powder

Powderised, just means I've ground it down to a powder.

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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by Narmnaleg » Sun Oct 31, 2010 7:36 pm

urbangriller wrote: Yeah....Nice try Davo........Do you think I want you bastards beating me with my own rub
We Italians would refer to this as "being rubbed out" :)


But then I see here that you've told us the base of the rub!
Perhaps someone "Made you an offer you can't refuse"? ;)

:lol: :lol:

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Re: Traeger Short Ribs

Post by Buccaneer » Mon Nov 01, 2010 9:32 am

ROFL then groan...then ROFL again


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