Ribs on the grill bring pure joy to everyone in sight. We have good news: you can capture that smoky deliciousness from the grill even when don’t have a lot of time. Cook your ribs in a modern pressure cooker (such as an Instant Pot) and finish them off on the grill. We’re confident you’ll be impressed!
- 4 lb. Pork loin back ribs (membrane removed)
- ⅓ cup All-purpose barbecue rub
- ½ cup Vegetable broth
- Barbecue sauce (as needed)
- Canola or vegetable oil (as needed)
For the Loin Back Ribs: Season ribs with all-purpose barbecue rub.
Place trivet in Instant Pot, add seasoned ribs and vegetable broth.
Close lid with pressure vent closed, set to Meat/Stew. Let cook 25 minutes, turn off and then allow pressure to naturally release.
Prep and preheat grill to medium-high heat for direct cooking.
Once naturally released, open Instant Pot lid and remove ribs to a tray.
Oil grill grates and place ribs on grill, meat side down. Brush with barbecue sauce, flip and brush other side with sauce. Close grill and cook 7-8 minutes until lacquered and slightly charred.
To serve: Remove ribs from grill and slice into portions.
Note: This recipe finishes on a gas grill but a charcoal grill may also be used. This recipe works with other rub and sauce flavors.