We have been having so much fun with Fourth of July Dessert, I thought you needed a delicious grilling recipe to add to your Fourth of July Menu or even your “must make” Summer Cook-out List. While these Jamaican Baby Back Ribs did take a little preparation, they certainly were not difficult and the results were worth the little extra work.
We served them up with a flavorful Fruit Salsa and Bush’s Smokehouse Tradition Grillin’ Beans. Yum!
After adding the rub and letting the Baby Back Ribs hang out in the fridge overnight, Doug grilled them up on his new Grilling Rib Rack, the Ribs took about 1 1/2 hours to cook, but in the meantime, we prepared the rest of the dinner.
The Fruit Salsa was actually my favorite, I loved the combined refreshing flavors of pineapple, mango, kiwi, sweet red peppers and red onion. And the addition of cilantro gave it a little extra zing!
After removing the pineapple to add to the Fruit Salsa, Doug cleaned it out and filled it with the Fruit Salsa to serve it. I love how simple, yet so fun this presentation is!
Then it was time for the Bush’s Smokehouse Tradition Grillin’ Beans, they are tender beans simmered in a sweet and smoky sauce. Over the last couple months, I’ve been sharing the different Bush’s Grillin’ Beans with you, they also have Sweet Mesquite, Southern Pit Barbecue, Bourbon and Brown Sugar, Steakhouse Recipe, Texas Ranchero, Black Bean Fiesta that we served with the Cowboy Burger, and the Smokehouse Tradition.
Disclosure: I am working in partnership with the Bush’s Beans brand and I am receiving compensation for my participation in this campaign. As always, my opinions, photography and recipe are my own.