This season on Fox Sports Southwest's "Texans Huddle" show, various Texans players
will be showcasing their favorite recipes for a segement called "What's Cookin'."
Next up is strong safety (and San Antonio native) Eric Brown, who dishes out his Texas dry-run ribs.
Previous recipes: Fred Weary's roast | Moran Norris' steak
Eric Brown's "Famous Texas Dry-Rub Ribs"*
Dark brown sugar
Slab of ribs
Lemon juice from concentrate
You might want to prepare these ribs on top of paper- they're messy!
- Sprinkle a good amount of chili powder on slab of ribs
- Sprinkle paprika one or two times over ribs
- Add a dab of salt on top of ribs
- Add black pepper to top of ribs
- Spread a good amount of brown sugar across ribs
- Using hands, rub seasonings and sugar in GOOD- should almost form a thick, gooey paste-like substance on top of ribs
- Poke ribs with a fork, so seasonings can marinate inside
- Repeat entire procedure on other side of ribs
- Sprinkle Accent powder on both sides of ribs
- Sprinkle celery seed on ONE side- not too much!
- Grill ribs on one side, for just a few minutes
- Turn ribs over, and sprinkle them with lemon juice
- Let ribs cook for approximately 30 minutes, or until meat is cooked all the way through