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GAUCHO - STYLE BEEF RIBS W/ COUNTRY HOT SAUCE

  Date: September 16, 2010
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These ribs are technically not barbecued, because they were not cooked low & slow on the smoker, but were rotisserie grilled on the gas grill. None of the other beef categories fit so here we are. Technicalities aside, these are great ribs which are simple to prepare. The ribs are seasoned generously on both sides with coarse salt & black pepper and placed on a rotisserie spit. These ribs were so big  they actually hit the grill grate. I had to take out my center grill grate and use the cast iron pan made for my grill. It can be mounted so it is recessed which gave me just enough room for the ribs to spin freely. The ribs cooked for about and hour and twenty minutes and I used some oak chips to give them some smoke flavor. While they were cooking I made a sauce called Country Style Hot Sauce which is a Brazilian sauce which looks like a Mexican style salsa, but has a different flavor. It goes great with beef. The ribs were great. They had a crispy and tasty outer crust and were very moist inside. This recipe was long on taste  and short on work - a winning combination.
Recipe Source:
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King Arthur Flour Website

Planet BBQ

Gaucho Beef Ribs - Page 167
Grill:
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Kenmore Elite Gas Grill

Rotisserie Grilled:

Using Kenmore Elite Gas Grill
Gear:
  • Kenmore Cast Iron Roast Pan
  • Kenmore Rotisserie Unit