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Teriyaki Beef Riblets

These teriyaki beef riblets melt in your mouth like butter! Season with my Japanese teriyaki rub for the best flavor.



  1. Preheat your smoker to 220-225 degrees. I don’t like to smoke these riblets any higher than that.

  2. Apply breakfast sauce to your beef ribs as a binder if using. Season with Japanese teriyaki rub.

  3. Place ribs on smoker. Smoke for 3 hours.

  4. Apply BBQ sauce. Smoke for 20-30 minutes more. Look for an internal temp of 198-202 but more importantly they should probe like butter.

  5. Slice and enjoy!


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