I decided to smoke some Ribs for my first cook on my brand new Char-Griller Auto Kamado. Usually I smoke Ribs on my Pit Barrel Cooker, so I was interested to see how they would taste compared to those. I also wanted to see how accurate the temperature controller works on the Auto Kamado. Overall I was very impressed with the Char-Griller Auto Kamado.
Rack of Ribs
BBQ Rub of your choice
BBQ Sauce of your choice
Start by seasoning your Ribs with the BBQ Rub of your choice. Make sure to cover the Ribs completely. Let them sit out on the kitchen counter while you fire up your Auto Kamado.
Smoke the Ribs anywhere from 225-250 degrees. I decided to set the temperature at 225, thinking I might overshoot that by 15-25 degrees, and would still remain in the desired temperature range. I also used a few chunks of Cherry wood to add some smokey flavor to the Ribs.
Once the Ribs hit an internal temperature of 175 degrees you can start basting the Ribs with the BBQ Sauce of your choice. This will allow the sauce to caramelize. You also can increase the temperature to 375 to help speed up the process.
Once the Ribs hit 200 degrees remove and cover with foil and allow to rest for 15-20 minutes. Serve and enjoy!
To watch my make this recipe step by step simply watch my video below.