Cooking the ribs
To offset the thickness of the selected ribs, you can cut off the meat flap, which runs through the rib’s meaty side. This will also help you while smoking ribs, as in this way, the ribs can be cooked in a better way. If you want to add some nice flavor to your ribs, then you can use a rub to coat the ribs before smoking. Another thing that you should keep in mind is that, you should cook the ribs slowly and on a proper temperature. Cooking the ribs on 225 to 240 degrees Fahrenheit is a good option for cooking the ribs in a proper way.
Adding some extra flavor
You can also add a touch … of flavor with selected hardwood while smoking ribs. You can choose hardwood such as mesquite, hickory, cherry, and even pecan. Make sure that the smoke flow over the ribs for almost three hours. However, if you want to have the ribs quickly and cannot wait, then you can cook for the rest of the time on an electric smoker, gas or charcoal. Now, the main problem that stands in your way is the way to understand that the ribs are fully cooked. Remember that the ribs are best cooked when they are completely tender.