Air Fryer Fireball Glazed Ribs

Air Fryer Fireball Glazed Ribs

These Fireball Glazed Air Fryer Ribs are incredible! This is the recipe you’ve been searching for if you want an extremely flavorful Air Fryer Rib dish!

Pro Tip:

  • Fireball Whisky is a cinnamon whisky, and while it has a slight cinnamon flavor, it perfectly balances the barbecue’s smoky sweetness. Additionally, you are free to use any whisky or bourbon as an alternative!
  • Not to mention, this sauce is incredibly tasty and goes well with just about anything—burgers, pork, chicken, you name it! Any leftover sauce can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week in an airtight container.
  • The ribs’ sensitivity depends on scoring or removing the membrane surrounding them! They will be more chewier if you omit this step, so please do not.
  • Since St. Louis Style Ribs were easily found at the grocery store, I utilized them. I usually use baby back ribs, but either way will work. operate without a hitch. Because baby back ribs are often smaller, if you use them, just be careful to shorten the cooking time as needed.


  1.  St. Louis Style, one pound Extra Ribs
  2. two tsp 1/2 tablespoon of cumin and brown sugar
  3. One-third tsp smoked paprika
  4. One spoonful of powdered garlic
  5. Half a tablespoon of salt
  6. 1/2 tsp black pepper and 1 cup barbecue sauce
  7. One tablespoon of Fireball Whiskey
  8. One-half tsp liquid smoke


  • First, begin by getting the ribs ready. You’ll need to cut the ribs or remove the membrane on the back in order for them to become more soft and “fall off the bone.” It’s simpler to score.
  • Turn the ribs over and make deep incisions in the form of an An X appears across the back.
  • Set the air fryer’s temperature to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Next, make separate cuts in between each bone to divide the ribs.
  • After turning the ribs over again, coat the tops with a mixture of brown sugar, cumin, smoked paprika, garlic powder, salt, and black pepper.
  • Put the ribs inside the basket of the air fryer.
  • Fry in the air for 25 minutes, turning them over midway.
  • Prepare the Fireball Barbecue Glaze while the ribs are cooking: Combine the liquid smoke, Fireball Whisky, and barbecue sauce in a medium-sized saucepan. Blend thoroughly.
  • Let the sauce get hot enough to boil. Simmer for approximately eight minutes on low heat.
  • From the air fryer, remove the ribs. Spoon over the glaze using a spoon. on top of the ribs.


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