Curry Ketchup Pork Ribs

Cook Time

205 Mins

Cooking Method

Smoke

Cuisine

Indian-Fusion

Difficulty

Easy

Prep Time

10 Mins

Servings

4



Ingredients


1 tsp Chili Powder

1 tbsp Curry Powder

1/2 tsp Ground Mustard

2 tsp Honey

To Taste, Kansas City Barbecue Rub Seasoning

1 cup Ketchup

2 Pork Back Rib Racks, membrane removed

2 tsp Smoked Paprika

2 tsp Worcestershire Sauce



Cooking Instructions


Put a new spin on your weekend rib game with these Curry Ketchup Pork Ribs. Baby back ribs are rubbed in our Kansas City BBQ Rub, then smoked and wrapped until tender. A richly spiced homemade Curry Ketchup is basted on in the last hour of cooking to add moisture and earthy and warm curry flavor.

Wood Pellet Recommendation

In order to bring out the smoky, spicy notes in this recipe, we recommend using our Hickory Blend Hardwood Pellets.

Note: This recipe uses Pit Boss Grills Kansas City BBQ Rub Seasoning.

  1. Fire up your Pit Boss Platinum Series Lockhart grill on SMOKE mode and let it run with lid open for 10 minutes then preheat to 225° F. If using a gas or charcoal grill, set it up for low, indirect heat.
  2. Place rib racks on a sheet tray, then season both sides with Kansas City Barbeque Rub. Transfer ribs to the grill and smoke for 1 hour.
  3. Meanwhile, prepare the curry ketchup: In a mixing bowl, add ketchup, curry powder, smoked paprika, chili powder, ground mustard, Worcestershire, and honey and whisk to incorporate. Set aside.
  4. Rotate the rib racks and increase temperature to 250 F. Cook for another hour, then remove the ribs from the grill and place on butcher paper. Brush ribs with sauce then wrap with paper.
  5. Return ribs to the grill. Cook for one more hour, until tender.
  6. Remove ribs from the grill, cut open the butcher paper, and baste with remaining curry ketchup. Place racks back on the grill, increase the temperature to 275 F, then cook for an additional 15 minutes. Remove ribs from the grill, cut open the butcher paper, and baste with remaining curry ketchup. Place racks back on the grill, increase the temperature to 275 F, then cook for an additional 15 minutes.
  7. Remove ribs from the grill, rest for 10 minutes, then slice and serve warm.


Special Tools


  • Basting Brush
  • Mixing Bowl
  • Pit Boss Peach Paper
  • Sheet Tray
  • Whisk


Bigger. Hotter. Heavier. Tip


Looking to round out this fun take on a classic BBQ? Pair these ribs with a masala potato salad, another Indian take that’s sure to wow your taste buds.



Diet Info


  • Low Carb








Get More Pit Boss ®.


Get the Latest Recipes.


Walmart
Lowes
True Value
Amazon
Bed Bath and Beyond
Cabelas
Ace Hardware
Tractor Supply
Academy
HomeDepot
Menards
Canadian Tire
HH
Scheels