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Spicy Homemade Potato Chips

Spicy Homemade Potato Chips Summer is here and that means it is picnic season! No picnic would be complete without a crunchy handful of potato chips. For your next picnic, ditch those boring ol’ bagged potato chips and fry up some of your own spicy homemade potato chips!

Spicy Dry Rub Ribs

Spicy Dry Rub Ribs are smoky and spicy, perfect for your next BBQ gathering! The ribs come out extra tender and juicy, hot off the grill and finger-lickin' good.

Spicy Dry Rub Ribs | Sauce + Style

It's finally grilling season! Is anyone else as excited as I am about this? I've been busting out the grill almost every single night for dinner and I gotta tell you, that grilled charcoal flavor is what I've been missing since Labor Day. Chicken, vegetables, burgers, steaks, I've been grilling it ALL.

Spicy Dry Rub Ribs | Sauce + Style

Recently though, I've been obsessed about perfecting dry rub ribs on the grill. I've baked them more times than I can count, but nothing gets that BBQ flavor packed into the ribs like a grill. These ribs are the best combination of spicy and smoky on the outside, with perfectly tender and juicy meat on the inside. Seriously, the meat practically melts in your mouth with every bite.

Spicy Dry Rub Ribs | Sauce + Style

Your next BBQ NEEDS these ribs. Or even your next weeknight meal! Rub the ribs down and wrap 'em up before you head to work in the morning, then just throw 'em on the grill when you get home. You'll have grilled up ribs in under an hour that'll curb all those BBQ cravings you've been having lately.

Spicy Dry Rub Ribs | Sauce + Style

Spicy Dry Rub Ribs | Sauce + Style

INSTRUCTIONS: In a medium bowl, stir to combine salt, brown sugar, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, chili powder, cumin, black pepper and cayenne pepper.

Spicy Dry Rub Ribs | Sauce + Style

Rub down the racks of ribs with the dry rub evenly. Wrap the racks in plastic wrap and let rest in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours.

Spicy Dry Rub Ribs | Sauce + Style

Heat up your grill to 350 to 400 degrees and rub the grill racks with olive oil. Remove the ribs from the plastic wrap and place directly on the grill. Cook for 40 minutes, turning occasionally, until crispy and cooked through.

Spicy Dry Rub Ribs | Sauce + Style

Allow the racks to rest 10 minutes before cutting into them and serving.

Spicy Dry Rub Ribs | Sauce + Style

Recipe & photos by Meghan Bassett

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