Baby Back Ribs – GoSun Sport Solar Cooker Review
The Challenge – 10 baby back ribs cooked in 2 hours with outdoor temperatures of 45F on a sunny day.
- 1 GoSun Sport Solar Cooker
- 1 Rack Baby Back Ribs
- 10 tbsp Weber KC BBQ Rub
- 1 bottle Stubs Sweet Heat BBQ Sauce
- Select a medium or smaller rack of Baby Back Ribs.
- Remove the membrane from the back of the ribs.
- Now cut the ribs into two rib sections. Each session will be two ribs.
- We will be using Weber KC BBQ Rub.
- Cover both sides with the rub and then let the ribs sit in the refrigerator for 1 hour. This will allow the salt in the rub to permeated the meat.
- Now insert the ribs into the GoSun Sport cooking tray.
- It will be a tight fit but ou should get 10 ribs into the tray.
- Now we add the liquid smoke. Liquid smoke is nothing more than smoke that has been reduced and liquified.
- Just a few drops on each 2 rib section.
- We will be cooking by temperature and not time se we now insert a micro food probe in the middle between the two ribs. Make sure you do not hit the bone.
- Now slowly load the cooking tray ino the solar cooker. making sure that the seal is completely closed.
- This day the sun was out but the air temperature was 45F. The Sport solar cooker is not affected by the outside temperature.
- The ribs reached the internal temperature of 200F in a little over an hours but we allowed the ribs to cook for 2 hours and 3 minutes.
- We then removed the ribs from the cooking tray. They looked well cooked.
- We then sliced the 2 rib sections so that we had 10 separate ribs.
- The sauce we used was Stubs Sweet Heat and we applied a then coat of sauce on each rib.
- We took a bite and the rib had the perfect tug. Not fall off the bone for that is overcooked but just a small tug and the meat comes clean from the bone.
- I gave these ribs a huge thumbs up. Bob Appetit.