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Who loves bacon and ribs? Let’s make bacon wrapped ribs right on the BBQ grill! Hatfield® Marinated Pork Ribs are full of flavor and makes this recipe a cinch.
When we’re gathered around the TV rooting on our favorite football teams or working on our fantasy football team, we need to have simple finger food recipes ready to roll.
So today I’m showing you all how I make my bacon wrapped ribs right on the barbecue. Let’s do this!
Summer is winding down and football season is kicking into high gear. Who else is hosting homegating or tailgating parties this year?
Whether it’s a bunch of rowdy friends or a relaxing evening watching the game with family, Hatfield® Marinated products are the simple solution to successful parties.
From their dry rub seasoned tenderloins and their #1 marinated tenderloin in the NE, the Tuscan Herb Tenderloin, to slow-cooker-ready pork roasts, delicious fresh pork makes dinner less about the cooking and more about family and friends.
Just cook and serve!
Bacon Wrapped Ribs – Fast Grilling
So your favorite football team is playing this weekend and you’ve got your guest list ready.
Now it’s time to swing by Price Chopper or your local grocer to grab a rack of ribs and a couple of packages of Hatfield® Bacon.
While you’re there pick up your favorite sides or the ingredients to make these vegetable kabobs – a perfect finger-food side for your homegating party.
This recipe literally has two ingredients. It’s that simple.
- Hatfield® Savory Brown Sugar St. Louis Style Ribs
- Hatfield® Hardwood Smoked Uncured Bacon – the Extra Thick Cut Original works perfect for this!
Depending on how many people you’re entertaining, you may want to pick up multiple packages.
One pack of bacon and one pack of ribs serves about 4 to 6 people.
Remove the ribs from the refrigerator 30 minutes prior to grilling. Using the Hatfield® Marinated Ribs means a whole lot of flavor, and so much less prep time!
Preheat your grill – see the recipe at the bottom of the page for temperature and complete grilling instructions.
Slice the ribs between the bones to separate.
Tip: Slice from the backside so it’s easier to see the bones.
Wrap each rib with one to two slices of bacon. Stretch the bacon a little bit if needed to get it around the thicker pieces of ribs.
Place the bacon wrapped ribs on the preheated grill and cook, flipping every 5 to 10 minutes.
The ribs will stay so juicy, and delicious as the bacon fat renders off and the bacon tightens up against the rib meat, cooking everything to perfection.
Each bite into one of these ribs is like a little slice of heaven.
Crispy bacon wrapped around a juicy rib, the meat coming right off the bone with a little less than a tug. So delicious.
See how simple this recipe is? You can have delicious fast bacon wrapped ribs on the grill in under an hour!
Speaking of prep-time, because we’re using Hatfield® Marinated Pork Ribs, there’s virtually no prep at all. They’re already marinated and packed with flavor.
This means you’re able to skip making any rubs or marinades and waiting for the flavor to absorb into the meat.
Not to mention Hatfield® is a family-owned company that produces American made, gluten-free, ethically raised, and easy to use pork products for any occasion. It’s a no brainer!
Once the ribs are done, turn the grill heat up to high and grill these deliciously easy veggie kabobs!
So next time you’re looking for a flavor-packed football homegating or tailgating recipe, try this hot and fast bacon wrapped ribs recipe on the barbecue grill.
They’ll be a hit!
One thing is for sure, these bacon wrapped BBQ ribs will not last long at all!
How are you celebrating fall and football homegating parties?
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- Savory Brown Sugar Rib Totchos
- Adult Grilled Cheese Sandwich Recipes
- Grilled Veggie Foil Packs With Marinated Pork Ribs
Bacon Wrapped Ribs
- 1 package Hatfield® Marinated Pork Ribs
- 2 packages Hatfield® Uncured Thick Cut Bacon
- Remove ribs from refrigerator 30 minutes prior to cooking
- Preheat grill to 350 degrees (maintain 300-350 degrees throughout the entire cook)
- Slice ribs between the bones to separate
- Wrap each rib with a slice of thick-cut bacon
- Place the bacon wrapped ribs on the preheated grill and cook for 45 to 60 minutes, flipping every 5 to 10 minutes.
- Ribs are done when their internal temperature reaches between 185 and 203 degrees F. and bacon is nice and crispy
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