Surat, Gujarat
6 hours ago

Fall-Off-The-Bone Oven Baked Ribs

 

 

This recipe I’m about to share will have you cooking ribs in your sleep – it’s simple, delicious, and will have your family asking for more! 

I have always found cooking ribs a little daunting (and “out of my league”), but my sister-in-law used this recipe the other day and the ribs were soooo delicious - it had me wanting to try it out myself! The recipe I went off of can be found on InspiredTaste.net, but I’ll share my version down below! 

Ingredients: 

2- 2 ½ pounds of spare ribs (you can also use baby back) 

Salt and pepper 

BBQ of choice

Directions: 

  1. Heat oven to 275 degrees Fahrenheit 
  2. Remove thin membrane covering the back side of the ribs (important step for meat to be tender and fall off the bone) 
  3. Season both sides of the ribs with salt and pepper 
  4. Place ribs in a large rimmed baking sheet meat-side up (you can cut ribs into small sections if needed) 
  5. Cover the baking sheet with aluminum foil and bake until meat falls off the bone (3-4 hours) 
  6. Remove ribs from the oven, remove aluminum foil and brush both sides with bbq sauce of your choosing.  
  7. Turn broiler to high and broil ribs for 3-4 minutes (watch them closely and remove sooner once the bbq sauce begins to caramelize) 

 

Additional Tips: 

  • To peel off membrane, set ribs bone side up and slide a knife under the membrane then use your fingers to pull the membrane away from the bones. 
  • To be less messy, you can wrap the ribs completely with aluminum foil so the juices stay off the baking sheet.

 

 

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