Originally Posted by Philrob
Tried a rack of Pork Spareribs on gas grill, cooked on indirect, medium heat. Cooked with bone side down for 2 hours. Membrane on bone side was removed prior to cooking. Meat was tough and difficult to remove from bones. Have seen recipes that called for 1 1/2 hours to 3 hours of cooking time on medium heat. Any secrets? Thanks.
Rib master here to help you Phil.
2 hours is no where near enough time to cook them properly Phil, You will need 4-6 hours total on an indirect method setup.
First set up you're gas grill like you did, make sure it reads 250.f - 275.f put some SOAKED wood chips into a foil pouch with holes in it. ( tiny holes )
Now set the ribs with the dry rub on the grill first for 3 hours on the in direct side.
As soon as the 3 hours is up, Take the Ribs and foil them with a cup of Apple juice.
Put the ribs on the grill meat side down in the foil for 2 hours.
As soon as the 2 hours is up, take the ribs out of the foil,
and back on the grill for an hour. While on the grill you can sauce it, mop it. spritz it.
More on that later.
I hope that helps Phil.