Tommy’s Way for Cook’n Baby Back Ribs in The Big Easy Oil-Less Infrared Turkey Fryer

Tommy?s Way for Cook'n Baby Back Ribs in The Big Easy oil-less infrared turkey fryer

Rating: 41

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 2 hours

Total Time: 2 hours, 20 minutes

Yield: 0 servings

Tommy?s Way for Cook'n Baby Back Ribs in The Big Easy oil-less infrared turkey fryer

Tommy Bommarito is the official Guest Chef of The Big Easy conversation board and enjoys new ways of cooking all kinds of meat, fish, fowl including this tasty recipe for Baby Back Ribs in the Big Easy oil-less infrared turkey fryer.

Ingredients

  • Full rack baby back ribs with membrane removed
  • Your favorite rub
  • Your favorite BBQ sauce

Instructions

  1. Tommy Bommarito is the official Guest Chef of The Big Easy conversation board on the Sizzle on the Grill Users Forums. He enjoys trying out new ways of cooking all kinds of meat, fish, fowl and even corn bread (that's right!) in the oil-less infrared cooker called The Big Easy.
  2. Brine the ribs for at least 8 hours. If not brined they will dry out too much.
  3. Place the two half racks of ribs in a standard hinged grilling basket ? you know the kind, one that you might use for burgers ? these have two halves that open like a clamshell and hold the burger patties in place when closed.
  4. Place the basket with the ribs ? centered - into The Big Easy cook for 30 - 35 minutes.
  5. Remove basket from The Big Easy and take ribs from basket to rub with your favorite rub.
  6. Wrap in two sheets of heavy duty foil and place back in the basket and back into The Big Easy for another 45 minutes.
  7. Remove basket from The Big Easy and take ribs from foil and add sauce if you like at this time.
  8. Place ribs back into the basket and back in The Big Easy for a few minutes to caramelize the sauce.  
  9. Remove and allow 10 minutes to rest before serving.
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4 Comments
  1. Can you cook large ribs in oiless fryer have hangers with mine
    Thank you for any info.
    Pat G

  2. I want to do beef ribs on christmas day. Should I brine the beef ribs too? Do you have any tips for beef long ribs instead of pork?

    • Hello to you and thanks for writing! You can definitely brine beef ribs! They would be cooked in the same manner as pork ribs but just make sure to check ribs for a safe internal temperature by placing the probe between the bones making sure to not touch the bone. You are looking for 180-190ºF when the ribs are done and tender. Let us know if we can be of further assistance and we’ll be glad to help! Happy Holidays and Happy Grilling! – Mandy

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