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How to Cook a Pork Spare Rib Brisket With the Bone Off on the Grill

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Rose Erickson has been a professional writer since 2010. She specializes in fitness, parenting, beauty, health, nutrition and saving money, and writes for several online publications including The Krazy Coupon Lady. She is also a novelist and a mother of three.
How to Cook a Pork Spare Rib Brisket With the Bone Off on the Grill
A man's hands cutting pork brisket. Photo Credit: agaliza/iStock/Getty Images

Pork spare rib brisket is the meat that is left over after spare ribs are cut down into various styles. Although it is relatively inexpensive because it is virtually scrap meat, pork spare rib brisket can be tough and gristly because of the fat and membranes that coat it. Because of its texture, pork spare rib brisket must be prepared with a slow heating process such as grilling for optimal flavor and tenderness.

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Step 1

Cut away any excess fat or membrane from the pork spare rib brisket with a sharp knife.

Step 2

Create a marinade by combining soy sauce, brown sugar and ginger in a large bowl or food storage bag. Add your brisket and marinate in the refrigerator for about an hour.

Step 3

Remove the pork spare rib brisket from the marinade and allow it to sit at room temperature while you preheat your grill to low.

Step 4

Position your pork brisket on the grill and close the lid. Cook the brisket for about 2 hours or until the internal temperature of the meat reaches at least 145 degrees Fahrenheit in the thickest portion of the meat.

Step 5

Remove your pork spare rib brisket from the grill and allow it to rest for about 5 minutes before you carve it.

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