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Hawaiian Style Ribs

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Item #ContainsDelivered
P654Hawaiian Style Ribs - Four Half Slabs
$75.00
P592Hawaiian Style Ribs - Two Full Slabs
$75.00
P594Hawaiian Style Ribs - Four Full Slabs
$115.00

Our entire line of HOMEMADE IN A HURRY® items are made with high-quality ingredients and a focus on providing the best taste conveniently. 

Our fresh meaty, St. Louis Style Pork Ribs are hand rubbed with our secret blend of dry rub ingredients and then allowed to age for flavor, before being slowly smoked over real hickory wood chips.

After they are fully cooked, we baste them in our sweet Hawaiian Pineapple Sauce and quickly vacuum package them to lock in the flavor and freshness. Ships frozen, simply heat and serve in under 30 minutes when ready to enjoy!

We think you'll love the slightly sweet sauce that perfectly compliments the rich flavor of the ribs. 

Half Slabs serve one person.
Full slabs serve one to two people.

 Available in full and half slabs.

  • Half Slabs weigh 14 to 18 oz.
  • Full slabs weigh 1.75 to 2.75 lbs.

  

Pork Ribs

Refrigerate upon arrival. If not to be used within 28 days, freeze for up to 6 months.

Fully Cooked. Ready to Heat & Serve.

 

How to Prepare Burgers’ Smokehouse Pork Ribs

 

Getting Started

  1.  Before heating, thaw the cooked ribs completely (in the vacuum packaging) in a refrigerator.
  2. Remove ribs from vacuum packaging before heating.

 

Helpful Hint: Cutting ribs into riblets before heating will shorten the heating time and make for easier handling.

 

Heating Your Ribs

 

Note: Heating instructions apply to both full and half slab ribs.

 

 HOW TO HEAT PORK RIBS IN THE OVEN:

 

  1. Preheat oven to 350 Degree F.
  2. Place a large sheet of foil on a baking sheet.
  3. Place the ribs and extra BBQ sauce (add your favorite if heating a dry rubbed only rib)on top of the foil.
  4. Wrap the foil around the rib and seal foil on edges. 

Note – if choosing to not add BBQ sauce, we advise adding a small amount (1/4 cup or less) of water over a dry rubbed rib for cooking.

Place the baking sheet with foil wrapped rib in the oven for approximately 25 minutes, until heated thoroughly.

 

HOW TO HEAT RIBS IN A BAKING BAG:

 

  1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
  2. Place ribs in baking bag and close bag with twist tie.
  3. If sauced, drizzle the sauce from the bag over the ribs.
  4. Make 2 or 3 slits in top of bag.
  5. Heat for approximately 15 to 20 minutes.
  6. Remove from bag and serve hot.

 

HOW TO HEAT PORK RIBS IN A SLOW COOKER

 

  1. Cut in serving portions.
  2. Place in appropriate size slow cooker and add 1/4 to 1/2 cup water.
  3. If sauced, drizzle the sauce from the bag over the ribs.
  4. Cover with lid.
  5. Heat on high setting for 2 1/2 to 4 hours.
  6. Carefully remove from the slow cooker.

 

HOW TO HEAT YOUR PORK RIBS ON THE GRILL - with Foil

  1. Place slab of ribs on a piece of heavy-duty foil large enough for wrapping the entire slab of ribs.
  2. For Dry Rubbed, add 1/4 cup water; for Sauced drizzle the sauce from the bag over the ribs.
  3. Fold the foil over the ribs and roll the edges to seal.
  4. Place on the coolest area of the grill for approximately 20 to 30 minutes, turning every 5 to 7 minutes.
  5. Carefully remove from grill and let rest 5 minutes.
  6. Carefully remove the foil.

 

HOW TO HEAT YOUR PORK RIBS ON THE GRILL - without Foil

  1. Heat over low heat, turning and basting about every 5 minutes.
  2. Heat for 15 to 25 minutes until hot and juicy.
  3. Carefully remove from grill and let rest 5 minutes.

 

About Burgers’ Rib Flavors

 

Dry Rubbed Ribs are coated with seasonings prior to cooking and smoking. Nothing else is added.

Sauced Ribs are coated and cooked the same as Dry Rubbed, and then we add our very own KC style BBQ sauce before packaging.

Hawaiian Ribs are seasoned with our secret rub. Once cooked and smoked, we apply our savory sweet Hawaiian Pineapple Sauce.

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