These easy Grilled Hawaiian Pork Ribs are fantastic and full of amazing Hawaiian flavor. They are simple and easy to make.
Y'all my love of ribs knows no bounds.
Our family is big meat-eaters. Anytime I can buy delicious beef or pork bbq ribs I do. Then I create a recipe like my Easy Grilled Hawaiian Pork Ribs. I am all about it — no joke!
These ribs are super flavorful and extremely tender. The best part is that they are easy peasy to make!
How to Make Easy Grilled Hawaiian Pork Ribs
We wanted to do something different this year for our Easter meal. Of course, everyone else was on board so we decided on doing some ribs instead of the traditional Easter ham.
With my ribs purchase, I also bought a regular bottle of barbecue sauce and a small can of crushed pineapple. I wanted to give this recipe a Hawaiian flare.
One of the things I really and truly love about Smithfield ribs is that there is no prep. They are already super tender. With these, I just have to grill them until they are done for the perfect taste and flavor.
I always start my ribs with this dry rub seasoning before putting them on the grill.
Then I they go in the oven for an hour on 300. This just gets them going before putting them on the grill.
While they are in the oven getting that first initial cook process going, I get my barbecue sauce made up. I add 1 small can of crushed pineapple with juice to 1 bottle of regular smoke barbecue sauce and mix together.
Then hubby heads outside to get our Weber Charcoal grill going. Seriously — there is no better grill on the market than a wonderful old style Weber Charcoal Grill.
Cooking the Ribs
Once the fire gets going good, I remove the ribs from the oven and get them on the grill. Since they've already slow cooked a bit in the oven, it won't take real long to get them finished on the grill.
For us, we like the black crusty edges of a rib. That sauce gets all caramelized on there and is just packed full of flavor.
After putting them on the grill, I start slathering them down with my Hawaiian style bbq sauce. Those little crushed pineapple pieces get grilled on there and the sugars start getting crispy and delicious and before long you have the most amazing grilled ribs that you will ever put in your mouth.
Smithfield Ribs are the Way to Go
The cool thing about making these delicious ribs is that Smithfield Extra Tender fresh pork is more tender and juicy, so no matter if you are a newbie rib griller or you have been doing this for ages, Smithfield pork is sure to impress.
- bottle Hickory Smoke BBQ Sauce
- 1 small can Crushed Pineapple with Juices
- 1 rack Smithfield Extra Tender Pork Back Ribs
- 1/2 cup dry rub seasoning
- Mix together the pineapple and bbq sauce and set aside.
- Remove ribs from package and pat dry with a paper towel. Sprinkle on the 1/2 cup of dry rub seasoning and wrap in aluminum foil.
- Place in a 300-degree oven for one hour. Remove from the oven and remove the aluminum foil
- Prepare grill with charcoal. Once the coals are white, place your ribs on the grill and start slathering them down with the Hawaiian BBQ Sauce.
- Continue grilling until your edges get charred and bbq sauce has caramelized on ribs -- about 15 minutes.
- Allow ribs to rest for 15 minutes to redistribute juices. Then slice up and serve with favorite bbq sides.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 139Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 21mgSodium: 6224mgCarbohydrates: 17gFiber: 2gSugar: 13gProtein: 7g