When outdoor grilling isn’t convenient, your craving for BBQ ribs can be satisfied by this easy oven baked recipe. The result is a luscious, succulent, fall-off-the-bone rib meal. It’s finger-lickin’ great!
Slow, low, and lengthy is the way to grill ribs outdoors. But sometimes that just isn’t going to happen. (Rain? Burgers and hot dogs taking up all the grill space?)
Neither snowstorms nor thunderstorms keep us from our sticky BBQ ribs. When we have a serious hankering for ribs and can’t grill, we let our oven do the work. And delicious work, it does…
Our boys are widening their palate horizons as they grow. With each year, they add more and more food choices to their favorites list. Last year, they decided to join the BBQ rib fan club. Like father, like sons.
I love the ease of using the oven with this tender, gooey recipe, since I can cook up several racks of sticky ribs all by myself, without having to borrow Hubby’s grill skills.
These ribs are serious. Fall-off-the-bone serious. So tender, you have to slice them apart gently, or they might fall right off the knife and somehow end up in your mouth before making it on the platter.
This BBQ rib recipe is a constistent winner every time. The ribs first spend a night with the tasty dry rub, chillin’ in the fridge and letting all the flavors seep in. Then, they are slow baked to tender perfection. A quick broiling gives it that wonderful color.
We alternate between baby back and the meatier St. Louis style ribs. The style of ribs you choose doesn’t make a different, as you’ll get succulent results with your faorite cut.
Grab a couple racks of your fave ribs, and get cookin’. Don’t wait for the grill.
Source: Chew Out Loud
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