Paleo Dry Rub Ribs

No matter your sensitivities, allergies, or diet preference, no one should have to live a rib-less life. We have scoured the grocery store shelves in hopes to find a mouth-watering/safe-for-us BBQ rub, but came up with nothing. I have to say that our own is my new personal favorite. I would prefer it even if we could buy any other sauce straight off the shelves! These are fall off of the bone, melt in your mouth ribs that rival any of your local BBQ joints.

This is the kind of meal you want to start early in the evening so it will be ready for dinnertime. It’s a set it and forget it kind of meal, though, once you get it in the oven!

*Preheat oven to 325

Dry Rub:
1 teaspoon – Salt & Pepper
1 teaspoon – Garlic Powder
1 teaspoon – Turmeric
3 tablespoons – Denny Mike’s Seasonings: Cow Bell Hell
2 tablespoons – Olive Oil
2 tablespoons – Apple Cider Vinegar

For Sweet Potato Noodles:
See our previous post on Turnip Noodles, and sub in sweet potato! These are our all-time favorite noodle substitute.

You’ll also need:
– Mixing bowl
– Cookie sheet
– Tinfoil
– Butterknife

Let’s Get Started:
1. Remove membrane on underside of rib rack – you can take a butterknife to knick up a corner of the membrane (underside of rib rack) and peel it away. You don’t want to be chewing on that after waiting so long for your meal to cook!
2. Mix all dry rub ingredients in a bowl
3. Apply rub to both sides of rib rack – we just use clean hands!
4. Cover in tinfoil
5. Cook for 2.5 hours
6. Enjoy!

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Monica says:

    Hi there…this meal looks delicious! What is under the rack- carrots or sweet potatoes? Yuuum!

    1. thefarmtofam says:

      Hi Monica, it tastes as good as it looks! Those are sweet potato noodles; one of our favorite sides. You can follow our turnip noodles recipe and sub sweet potatoes!

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