- 1 rack of ribs
- 1 tbsp paprika
- 2 tbsp salt
- 1 tbsp allspice
- 1/2 tbsp pepper
If you’re a fan of barbecue ribs, then this recipe is for you. It’s easy to make and it tastes delicious!
1 rack of ribs
Barbecue ribs are a classic American dish. The best part about this recipe is that it only requires three ingredients—that’s right, just three! You can make barbecue sauce from scratch or buy it at your local grocery store.
The key to making ribs tasty is not just marinating them with barbecue sauce, but also adding different spices and ingredients while they’re being cooked on the grill. The longer you cook them, the better they taste!
1 tablespoon of paprika
Paprika is a spice made from ground dried red peppers. It’s used to flavor meats, in the preparation of sausages, and in the preparation of smoked foods. It’s also used to color foods for cooking or for serving, as well as for decorating or garnishing dishes.
Paprika comes in two basic forms: sweet paprika (often called Hungarian paprika) and hot paprika (sometimes called Spanish paprika).
Sweet paprikas are light red-orange in color and have a mild sweet taste with a hint of pepperiness. In Hungary it’s often used as an ingredient in goulash dishes, but it can also be added to soups or sauces that contain meatballs or sausages because it adds both sweetness and texture without overpowering other flavors like many strong spices can do when they’re used alone without any other ingredients added first before mixing them together at mealtime later on down the road when someone tries out different recipes on their friends who come over
2 tablespoon of salt
Salt is a basic ingredient in cooking, but it’s also one of the most important. Salt is used to preserve meat and other foods, bringing out the flavor of meat and making them more tender.
1 teaspoon allspice
Allspice is a spice that comes from the dried berry of an evergreen tree. It’s used in both sweet and savory dishes, with a strong, warm, spicy flavor. Because allspice is a common ingredient in Jamaican jerk seasoning, you may want to use it as part of your rub for barbecued ribs if you’re going for that distinctive island flavor.
1/2 teaspoon pepper
Pepper is a spice that comes from the seeds of the pepper plant, which is native to Malaysia. It’s been used as a seasoning since at least 2000 BC, and was once so rare that it was considered more valuable than gold.
It’s used in many cuisines across the world, including Indian cuisine, Chinese cuisine and Jamaican cuisine. In fact, it’s such an important part of Jamaican food culture that they have their own special variety called “Jamaican Pepper.”
Pepper acts as an enhancer for other flavors by making them more intense and aromatic—and don’t forget about its natural preservative properties! This makes it ideal for certain kinds of meat that need longer cooking times like ribs or chicken wings (don’t worry: you won’t taste any heat from this one).
Make sure you have some pickles!
Yes, pickles. They’re the ideal complement to ribs, whether you’re eating them on their own or as a side dish. If you’re eating them alone (not recommended), they’ll help bring out the flavor in a way that nothing else can. You can use any kind of pickle you like—it’s all about personal preference!
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