Smoked Ribs with Pineapple Glaze


Smoked pork ribs always bring a great memory in summer. Whether you are throwing a backyard party or simply want to enjoy some nice food from your grill or smoker, the pork ribs are ideal for everything.


You don’t have to go to restaurant and spend lots of money. Delicious pork ribs can be made in your backyard as well.


Grillers are always looking for great recipe for their ribs. And today we are going to introduce the smoked pork rib with pineapple glaze, which is perfect for this summer.


Ingredients you’ll need:

Baby back ribs

For the sauce:

1/2 cup pineapple juice

Some pineapple chunks

3 tbsp honey

2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce

1 tbsp oil

For the rub:

1/2 cup brown sugar

2 tbsp kosher salt

1 tsp ground black pepper

2 tbsp paprika

1 tsp cayenne powder

1 tbsp dried thyme

1 tbsp allspice



Tools you’ll need:

Royal Gourmet Barbecue Tongs

Royal Gourmet Chimney Starter

Royal Gourmet Silicone Barbecue Brush



Grill recommended:

Royal Gourmet CC1830F Charcoal Grill with Offset Smoker



It is great to enjoy this recipe in spring and early summer, which is the pineapple season while the weather is pleasant as well. When you got lots of pineapples at home, why not giving your ribs that sweet and fresh taste?


In a blender, put the ingredients for sauce all together and mix them well. No matter you prefer chunky sauce or smooth sauce, you can adjust by yourself. Reserve the sauce for basting.


Mix the rub ingredients well and apply on your pork ribs. Rub all over and make sure they got the flavors everywhere.


Let the ribs marinate for at least an hour, at the same time, light up the charcoals with the Royal Gourmet chimney starter.


Pour the lighted charcoals carefully into the offset smoker of Royal Gourmet CC1830F charcoal grill. Put the lid down and let the grill heat up for a while.


When both the grill and ribs are ready, it is the time to go. With Royal Gourmet barbecue tongs, place the ribs on grates in the main firebox. Put the lid down and let the grill do its job.


The ribs should be cooked low and slow, under the temperature of 250-275 Fahrenheit. It is better to place a water pan under the ribs to keep the meat moist.


Flip once, and spray with some water or pineapple juice. Remember to open the lid as less times as possible.


About 2 hours later, open the lid and baste the ribs with the sauce made before, giving that nice and brown color to the ribs. Keep basting about every half hour.


After grilling for another one hour and half, your pork ribs are nicely done with the appealing hue and mouthwatering smell.


Transfer the ribs to the cutting board and cover with foil. Rest for 30 minutes.


The great food is worthy long time of waiting. As long as you taste the sweet pork ribs, you get flavors all over your mouth, which is absolutely the peak of the day.