Top-ranked recipe named "Baby Back Pork Ribs with Barbeque Sauce"
This recipe produces fall-off- the-bone tender ribs with a deep smokey flavor. The ribs are cooked in the oven but can be cooked ahead and finished on a barbeque grill.
"This recipe is great and it's simple. The sauce is the best I've ever tasted but I would not use that much oil in it. Cut the oil for the sauce to 1/4 cup. I also tried the sauce by putting 1/2 ketchup and 1/2 chili sauce. Both ways work well."
Remove ribs from packaging and using a sharp knife remove the membrane from the back of the ribs. This is a thin white membrane which once started can be peeled from the rib rack.
Preheat oven to 385 degrees
Place the ribs. meat side down, in a large baking or broiling pan so they do not over lap. Use two pans if needed. Note: If you cover th pan(s) with non-stick aluminum foil it will make clean up much easier.
Coat ribs with oil and vinegar. sprinkle generously with salt and pepper. Turn ribs over so the meat side is up and coat with oil, vinegar, salt and pepper.
Place pan(s) in pre-heated oven uncovered and bake for 45 minutes. Reduce heat to 325 degrees for an additional 45 minutes.
When ribs are brown and meat has started to pull away from the bones remove pan(s) from oven and carefully pour off grease from the pans. Coat ribs generously on both sides with the barbeque sauce and return to the oven for about 15 minutes or until barbeque sauce has begun to thicken and glazed.
Remove from oven and cut into pieces (3-4 ribs) and serve immediately.
Place the last five ingredients into a 1-1/2 quart sauce pan. Bring to a boil stirring occasionaly. Once sauce has boiled reduce heat and let simmer for about 15minutes stirring occasionally to avoid burning. Remove from heat and cover until needed to coat the ribs. Re-heat the remaining sauce and serve at the table with the ribs.
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WandaHerr 1 year ago
scott_a_kaplan_3 1 year agoTiming was perfect on every step of this recipe. The result was a deliciously sweet BBQ sauce and fall off the bone, tender ribs. It's an easy to manage 2h45m.
German_eagle 1 year agovery good and real easy clean up
robbgriffin 2 years agoPerfect ribs! Followed the times and temps. So easy! Thank you!
ceriann 2 years agoGreat recipe and excellent instructions. I enjoyed making it for my family. A favourite now!
jsnyder86 2 years agoSo the way the ribs turned out was great however the sauce is subpar. Its missing a zip or kick it's pretty flavorless. I would recommend a different sauce.
jasonchen 2 years ago
Honey77 2 years agoVery easy to make! I wrapped them in foil for the first 2 hours, applied the sauce & wrapped in foil for 30 min & then opened them up for the last 15....sets the sauce nicely!
__flea 2 years ago
Cheath2 2 years agoEasy and very good! Loved the sauce!