Monday, May 28, 2012

Fall-off-the-bone BBQ Ribs.

I love to eat good, juicy, tender, tasty ribs. 
I don’t like them tough or dry, and I don’t like to have to fight to get the meat off the bone.

I usually grill my ribs using the indirect cooking method on the charcoal grill, but I forgot to buy drip pans so I tried them in the oven. 

D complimented the ribs multiple times during dinner. He even went so far to say that they were the best he’s had. 
That makes this recipe a winner!


Preheat the oven to 300º. 

Peel off the membrane on the bottom side of the ribs.

Place the ribs on 2 pieces of aluminum foil. 

Season both sides with your favorite seasonings or rub. 

I use McCormick’s BBQ seasoning. 

Lay the ribs meat side down. 
Place 2 more pieces of aluminum foil on top.
Roll in all four sides and seal the ribs inside what is now a pouch.

Bake on a baking pan for 2-2 1/2 hours. 

Turn on the broiler in your oven. 

Separate your ribs into smaller sections.

Coat the boney side with the BBQ sauce of your choice.

I used a smoky sauce since we didn’t grill them outside. 

Place them in the oven and broil them for about 2 mins. 

Do the same for the meaty side. 

Now they’re ready to eat!

Serve them with your favorite sides!



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