Easy Barbecued Deer Ribs recipe

deer ribs recipeHere we provide you with the three methods to become an overnight Barbecued Deer Ribs Recipe Master! methods 1 and 2 can be conducted by the novice, but method 3 separates the men from the boys and shows off your true cooking prowess! 

Deer Ribs recipe Method 1:

Place five pounds deer ribs in a large heavy pan. Cover with water and simmer for one hour.


Ribs Recipe Method 2:

Wrap ribs in heavy duty foil and bake in 350 degree oven for one and a half hours.

Unwrap and drain drippings.

Master Ribs Recipe Method 3:

My favorite method. Place ribs in smoker at around 240 deg for 3-4 hrs till internal temp reaches 190-230*  making sure to rotate every 30 to 40 min 180* on the grill. A small pan of water can be placed to ensure that the ribs stay moist. Wrap in foil for the last 1hr with sauce and apple cider vinegar, uncover and coat with sauce.  This is just an easy deer ribs recipe, feel free to modify sauce to taste. 

Combine the following:

  • 1 cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
  • 1/3 cup soy sauce
  • 1/4 cup cider vinegar
  • 1/4 cup chili sauce
  • 1/2 cup Ketchup
  • 2-1/2 teaspoons yellow mustard
  • 2 crushed garlic cloves
  • 1/8 teaspoon pepper

Pour over ribs. Marinate one to three hours at room temperature. When ready to cook, remove ribs from sauce and arrange on grill about four to five inches over moderately hot coals, basting frequently with sauce and turning often until sauce is used and ribs are crisp and brown (about 20 minutes). Pro Tip: to get that crunchy bite in the BBQ spritz with apple cider vinegar the last 5 min on the grill! Depending on how meaty ribs are, allow three quarters to one pound per person.

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Gregory Beckman

About the Author:

Hi, I am Gregory Beckman, as the main owner of Military Hunting and Fishing let me tell you a little bit more about myself. I am currently an active duty member in the United States Coast Guard. I have been privileged to traveling the world. My experiences have shaped the way that I see the world and my memories will stick with me for a lifetime. Although I may not live in the country, the country lives in me. Traveling the world I have had the chance to experience the wonders of nature in many different places, meeting many different people and tasting wild game that the normal person would not get to experience. Although these experiences have kept me away from home, it has instilled a deep passion of hunting and fishing in my blood. Thank you for joining our site, and I look forward to interacting and sharing stories of our hunting adventures. Gregory A. Beckman