Baby Back Ribs - GoSun Sport Solar Cooker Review
This recipe is one of a series that features the GoSun Sport Solar Cooker.
The Challenge – 10 baby back ribs cooked in 2 hours with outdoor temperatures of 45F on a sunny day.
Prep Time30 mins
Cook Time2 hrs 9 mins
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.
Serving: 5ribs | Calories: 669kcal