Many people have no clue how to cook beef ribs, thus why they prefer pork. IF you don’t know how to cook beef ribs they may come out chewy or tough. Me personally, I like might tender, falling off the bone and to the point you can shred them with your fingers and even make a pulled beef sandwich with them if you’d like. Below I’m giving one of the 3 recipes I use for my Beef ribs, which may be seen at SoPhiWeekend on Miami Beach this upcoming weekend. This is perfect for a novice. You can’t really screw this up. If you do, you’re a lost cause.
1 rack beef back ribs or short ribs
1 teaspoon Kosher Sea salt
1 half gallon of Chicken broth
1 half gallon of apple juice
3 cloves of garlic sliced
1/2 cup of green onions
Place ribs in heavy large pot. Add seasoning salt, Chicken broth and apple juice to cover ribs and bring to boil. Reduce heat to medium-low and simmer gently until meat is tender, about 1 hour. Using tongs, remove rib racks from pot. Cool slightly. Cut between bones into individual ribs.
Grab you’re favorite sauce and fire up the grill. Apply your sauce and Grill the ribs for 5 minutes per side to get that nice crust as well as that grill smoke/flavor into the rib as well.