How to Rotisserie Grill Ribs


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METHOD: Rotisserie grilling
Ribs grilled on a rotisserie have a flavor that is completely different from what youโ€™re probably used to. Gone is the heavy smoke taste so prized by pit bosses in the United States. In its stead is the crusty succulence you get when you cook a fatty meat in front of a fire. The flames create a dark, crisp crust, while the slow, gentle turning bastes the meat with the melting fat. What results is a rib with a little more chew to it than a traditional American baby back. And instead of the sweet taste of barbecue sauce, you get to enjoy the natural flavor of the pork.