- Aug 1, 2021
- Reaction score
- Bella Vista, Arkansas
- Silverton 810
I am totally disappointed with Traeger grills! I would never spend $1,600 again for this piece of iron! However I have made BBR's with success. I put olive oil on them. Then spice them. I preheat the Traeger to 225 degrees with apple pellets. I then put the ribs right on the grate and cook them for 1 1/2 hours to 2 hours on super smoke. Then I turn off super smoke and raise the temp to 350 degrees for about 1/2 hour. I then coat one side with Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce leave them on for 5 minutes. Turn the ribs over and coat the second side with BBQ sauce for another 5 minutes. Then take them off and cover them with aluminum foil for 5 minutes and you are ready to serve them. Hope that helps!I have tried multiple times to cook babybacks with no success. I've gone with just a rub, rub with sauce (no foil). Same deal as above with foil and peach paper. Each time the outside comes out tough. It's dried out tough with our sauce.
Hears the thing. I have the 780 and in my opinion it does not produce enough smoke so I use a smoke tube.
I have tried staying the ribs with cider which I think made it tougher.
Any thoughts? I appreciate it.