2 racks Beef Back Ribs
½ tbsp Black Pepper
⅓ cup Pit Boss Chop House Steak Seasoning
Simple yet flavorful, these Smoked Beef Back Ribs are filled with big beefy flavor. Similar to pork baby back ribs , beef back ribs come from the portion of rib closest to the spine. While they have less meat on them than other rib cuts, the meat is incredibly flavorful and tender, especially when smoked low and slow on the pellet grill.
Beef back ribs are the most common type of beef ribs you will see for sale at your local grocery store. The more traditional, barbecue style beef ribs are Chuck Ribs and Plate Ribs. These are the preferred cuts found in popular BBQ restaurants due to the large amount of meat on them. The consumer can usually find them at a butcher or specialty grocer.
The strong a spicy aromas of Mesquite Hardwood is perfect for bringing out the big Texas barbecue flavors of beef back ribs.
Note: This recipe uses Pit Boss Chop House Steak Rub.
Beef back ribs can also be used to make a flavorful beef stock.