Summer is here and it’s time to start drinking ice cold beverages and getting messy with your family and friends eating some awesome ribs. I did my rib research on getting the moistest and flavorful ribs. I used a Char-Broil Grill infrared with indirect heat. It takes some time to get a moist rib, but trust me, it is worth it!
1/2 cup dark soy sauce
4 tablespoons creamy peanut butter
6 tablespoons Miso Paste
2 tablespoon honey
4 teaspoons brown sugar
2 teaspoon molasses
4 tablespoons spicy rice wine vinegar
1 teaspoon of garlic powder
2 tablespoon sesame oil
1 teaspoon sriracha
1/4 fresh pineapple diced
1/2 cup ketchup
3/4 cup pineapple juice
3 1/3 pounds Pork Loin Back Ribs
1. Mix together all the marinade ingredients: 1/2 cup dark soy sauce,4 tablespoons creamy peanut butter, 6 tablespoons Miso Paste, 2 tablespoon honey, 4 teaspoons brown sugar, 2 teaspoon molasses, 4 tablespoons spicy rice wine vinegar, 1 teaspoon of garlic powder, 2 tablespoon sesame oil, 1 teaspoon sriracha, and 1/4 fresh pineapple diced.
2. Pour half the marinade on the Ribs and leave in the fridge overnight.
3. Mix a 1/2 ketchup with the remainder of the marinade, cover and refrigerate.
4. When you are ready to cook the ribs, heat half the grill on medium heat and place the ribs on the half of the grill that is not heated. This is called indirect heat. Leave the ribs on the grill for 30 minutes.
5. While the ribs are on the grill, make a foil tent out of 3 large pieces of foil.
6. Enclose the ribs in a leak-proof foil pouch with 3/4 cup pineapple juice. Set this on the grill on the cool side using indirect heat again for another 30 minutes. This steaming method helps make the meat tender.
7. Remove the ribs from the foil steam pouch and set it on the grill indirect heat, but at a higher temperature.
8. Baste the ribs with the remainder of the marinade. Cook for 10 minutes on high indirect heat (about 400 degrees on the indirect side).
9. Flip the ribs over and slice between the bones.
10. Serve with pineapple slices and a pineapple cocktail that you make with the remainder of the pineapple juice.
31 thoughts on “Pineapple Summer Ribs”
Omg that looks delicious never thought of mixing pineapple with ribs. YUM
Those ribs sound nothing short of amazing.
Oh my word those look absolutely amazing! My husband needs to get the grill out!
This would make the perfect 4th of July meal! Looks divine!
There’s nothing better than a spicy, tangy side of ribs. This recipe looks delicious. I’ll be making it soon.
Pineapple is my go-to for summer cooking! Works with fish, chicken, red meat! YUM!
Never thought of that combo. Yum!
I’ve never made ribs, honestly they seem pretty hard. But, your recipe looks so good, I may have to give it a go!
Wow, those ribs look so juicy and delicious! YUM! I need to try this recipe!
This looks like such a good meal for the grill. I would love to try it out!
Sounds like a great recipe! Love pineapple!
I love ribs. This looks like a great new way to try them.
Ohhh!! I never would have thought to use pineapple!
Mmm! These look SO good!
Oh my goodness, I can’t stop imagining what that tastes like! I bet it was amazing. It looks amazing! I want some!
HA!! I am drinking Dole pineapple juice right now! Great recipe April – amazing photos!!!
I am sharing this with my husband. We had ribs over the weekend and they didn’t look nearly as tasty as these! He did some marinating and other stuff, but they just were not very appetizing. 🙂
I love to add pineapple to things. I love ribs and adding pineapples to it would be great.
You had me at ribs. But then you added pineapple and WHOA yeah! Those are some tasty looking ribs!
Easy and I can just imagine the taste!
I love pineapple! That looks really good and I want to make it very soon.
Oh wow, those look absolutely delicious! I need to try this one next time I’m cooking ribs – thanks for the recipe and the mouthwatering photos!
Those look finger lickn’ good. Pineapple is my favorite summer fruit.
Those ribs look amazing!! I bet the pineapple makes them even better!
Okay, now I know what we are having for dinner tonight. Your ribs look really tasty. My husband’s favorite food to grill are ribs.
I’ll bet the flavor is amazing! I need to make these just as you described.
These look really good! We don’t really eat ribs but I am gonna have to try this out soon!
If you truly want to reduce salt you must read the labels of all the ingredients you use! Check the sodium in catsup!! Just about every thing like marinades, dressings, are loaded. Yes there is low salt catsup for 5-6$ for the 99 cent but you can make your own . Low sodium soy is usually available but if you are on à 2000 my sodium you might get to lick your fingers or have the tiny rib left on the plate.