How to Cook Ribs on a Gas Grill

How to Cook Ribs on a Gas Grill

Understand how to make tasty smoked ribs, lower and gradual on a gas grill. Hyperlinks to recipe and product are below in the Show Far more area or Info Button in the video.

Blaze Grills:

For Homemade BBQ Sauce :

Filmed/Created by: Paris Frederick

18 thoughts on “How to Cook Ribs on a Gas Grill”

  1. I like this method, the ribs are tender but still have a bit of a chew. I don't like sauce, I do greek style, lemon, oregano, little rosemary, lots of garlic. 4 hours but it's unattended and easy. Less work than smoking, that takes 6 hours and don't like the super soft, soaked in sauce style.

  2. I love that you put out a 2 1/2 minute video to show a 4 hour process. Some of the videos on the very same subject are 15-20 minutes long! Ain't nobody got time for that. Shorter videos are better.

  3. Finally someone who makes sense, doesn't add extra steps and doesn't seem like he spanks it BBQ. First video i have seen where they don't spend 3 min telling you to remove the membrane. Thank you

  4. Here a challenge, how about using a Weber Genesis pre-2010 that has 3 horizontal burners? I’ve had this thing for 10yrs and have tried just the outside 2 or just the front one and it’s not good for indirect cooking.

  5. I did this yesterday and I have never cooked ribs before, let alone smoke them on the grill. They came out perfect! Took a long time, but was well worth it!

  6. Great video with a lot of instructions in 2 minutes. Wrote them down here.

    Fill Smoker pan with 4-5 oz soaked wood-chips – Hickory plus Cherry

    Place water pan next to smoker box

    surface thermometer on opposite side of grill.

    Pre-heat one side of grill for 15-20 minutes – 220 – 225 degrees

    Place 4 half racks pork bone side down on opposite side of burner 1 hr – 1:15 hrs

    Open – replace water and refill wood-chips

    Shuffle rib racks away from burner.

    cook another 1:15 to 1:30 hrs

    Turn rib racks so bone side up

    Check water pan.

    Cook for another 45 mins.

    Turn ribs bone side down and shuffle

    Cook for another 30 mins.

    Coat each side with bbq sauce.

    Turn on all grill burners to high.

    Set sauce caramelize for a few minutes on each side.

    Remove rest for 10 minutes.

  7. Thank you! Per my family mine turned out perfect! I followed your instructions to the letter. I really appreciate it and will doing some more again soon.

  8. I have the 40 inch blaze gas grill. did step by step in your video and ribs were tough.any suggestions had the far 2 burners on high

  9. I tried to make some ribs on my gas grill and actually kept a pretty constant low temeperature and they came out with a texture like my flip flop…and tasted just as bad.

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