Summer Grilling & My Aloha Pork Spareribs Recipe

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SONY DSC photo-159 One of the things I love about summer, is being able to grill outside. The scenery outside is a lot better than in the kitchen! Most weekends, you can find me grilling out back. I like to create new grilling recipes, like my Aloha Pork Spareribs! I also like to keep my recipes as simple as possible, I don’t have time for a bunch of ingredients and complicated recipes. Do you? Probably not! Recipes don’t need a hundred ingredients and twenty steps to be good. I have an uncle that makes the best bar-b-q sauce in the world, and he uses about 5 ingredients total. If only he’d give me that recipe! LOL! I had to go to my neighborhood Smart & Final to pick up some pork spareribs and a few other ingredients for my meal. I can always find lean & meaty  spareribs at Smart & Final. You can view more of my shopping pics on my Google+ album here.photo-160photo-162photo-166 Once I got home, I gathered up my ingredients and went to work. I usually use bar-b-q sauce when I grill, but this time I decided to switch it up a bit and use a rub. SONY DSC GRILLED ALOHA PORK SPARERIBS

3 lbs Pork Spareribs

8 Tablespoons Grill Mates Barbecue Seasoning

1 Lemon

1/2 Cup Pineapple Juice from can of crushed pineapple (juice not syrup- you can save the actual crushed pineapple to use at a later date. I usually make a fruit salad with it.)

3 Tablespoons Soy Sauce

Place the ribs on a baking sheet. Mix all the rub ingredients together in a bowl. Pour over the ribs and rub in well. Once you have rubbed it all in, cover the ribs with foil. Put them in the fridge and let them marinate overnight.

SONY DSC The following day, take them out of the fridge and put them into a 375* oven, cook for 1 hour, keep them covered with foil while in the oven. After 1 hour, remove ribs from the oven & get your grill ready. Once it’s warmed up, turn the burners down to low. Place the ribs on the rack. Grill the ribs for 5 minutes on each side. SONY DSCSONY DSC Remove from grill after 5 minutes, they should be a golden brown color. I like to serve corn-on-the-cob with my pork spareribs and some sweet & juicy seedless watermelon. You can find other serving suggestions, and summer grilling recipes, on the Smart & Final Social Circular. I hope you try my recipe, I’d love to hear what you think about it.

What’s your favorite summer grilling recipe? SONY DSCSONY DSC

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12 thoughts on “Summer Grilling & My Aloha Pork Spareribs Recipe

  1. Pingback: Aloha Pork Spareribs Recipe at Smart & Final | Community Smart And Final

  2. Aloha, We were turned on to a recipe in Hawaii several years ago that is close to yours, but the added spices that you have sound like it will much tastier. I can’t wait to try it. Jim Joyce

  3. Sounds good, I am always looking for other ways than bbq sauce. I always do mine in the oven first. It really tenderizes them.

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