Grilled Glazed Baby Back Ribs

From America's Test Kitchen Season 14: Quick and Easy Rib Dinner

Why this recipe works:

Instead of spending up to 4 hours tending a grill, we make use of water’s ability to quickly cook food. Our ribs simmer in seasoned water until they reach 195 degrees, and then we apply a flavorful glaze and grill them up to get tender-chewy ribs in less than half the time.

Instead of spending up to 4 hours tending a grill, we make use of water’s ability to quickly cook food. Our ribs simmer in seasoned water until they reach 195 degrees, and then we apply a flavorful glaze and grill them up to get tender-chewy ribs in less than half the time.

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Grilled Glazed Baby Back Ribs

Boiling ribs before putting them on the grill is a surefire way to quickly tenderize their tough meat. If only that method didn’t also leach away flavor.

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Serves 4 to 6

Try one of the glaze recipes (see related content), or use 1 cup of your favorite glaze or barbecue sauce.

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