I forgot to post the time that I did lamb ribs. Here’s the pic of the finished ribs:
First you’re going to need some Lamb ribs. Then, you have to have your ingredients for a good dry-rub. Here’s what you’ll need to have: (Equal parts of each of the following) Fresh Rosemary, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Salt & Pepper.
First prepare your lamb ribs by removing the thin membrane on the underside of each slab (it helps to use a paper towel to help you maintain a good grip). Then, mix up your dry-rub in a boil. Rub that dry-rub into the surface of the lamb ribs well. Then, get your smoker smoking (no hotter than 225 degrees). Add your rubbed lamb ribs to the smoker and watch the smoke and temperature close. Keep your smoke white and thick with your temperature no higher than 225). After approximately three or four hours the lamb ribs will be smoked good. Next, add more charcoal to you grill to raise the temperature to at least 350 degrees. Melt-out as much of the fat from your lamb ribs as possible without burning the meat. Last, paint those lamb ribs well with your favorite barbecue sauce and eat em’. Enjoy!
I hope that you enjoyed this post as much as I enjoyed eating them lamb ribs. Keep eating that good smoked meat everyone!