Wednesday, May 28, 2014

His: The Easiest Baby Back Ribs Recipe ever!

Baby Back Ribs has been one of my favourite foods since I first tried them shortly after moving to the United States. I always thought that they were ridiculously hard to prepare and that the only real way to enjoy them was to go out to a good restaurant. One day I was talking to a work mate about how much I love ribs but I don't get them often as they can be quite pricey at the restaurant. She said that they were easy to make at home and just as good as the ones you get out at a restaurant. I was skeptical but I gave it a try and as promised, they are fall off the bone, and just as good as the ones in a good restaurant. Read on to see just how easy they are!

First I cut the racks in half so they comfortably fit inside a 9x13 inch/27x33cm pan. Lay them on some non stick aluminium foil. If you can't get non stick foil then you will need to coat the foil with non stick spray, otherwise the ribs will stick to the foil when they are cooked.

A little salt and pepper on each side of the ribs and then a generous helping of your favourite BBQ sauce goes on each side of the ribs.

Wrap the ribs up in the foil nice and tightly. This will keep the juices in and prevent them from drying out.

Place into a preheated 300F / 150C oven for 2 hours and 45 minutes. The house will start to smell good as they cook!

Unwrap the ribs (be careful not to burn yourself from the steam) and rub some more BBQ sauce on each side of the ribs. Use care when turning them over as they may fall apart.

Rewrap the foil around the ribs tightly and place back into the oven for another 15 minutes.

Remove from oven, let sit for about 10 minutes and serve with your favourite side dishes.

Baby Back ribs (approx 1/3 to 1/2 rack per person)
1 bottle of BBQ sauce per rack.
Salt and Pepper.
Non Stick Aluminum Foil

1: Pre heat oven to 300F / 150C
2: Place ribs onto non stick aluminum foil that is in a 9x13 inch / 27x33cm pan.
3: Salt and pepper both sides of the ribs.
4: Generously rub BBQ sauce on both sides of the ribs and then wrap the foil around the ribs tightly.
5: Place into preheated oven for 2 hours and 45 minutes.
6: Unwrap ribs and apply more BBQ sauce on both sides. Rewrap ribs in foil tightly and put back in oven for 15 minutes.
6: Take ribs out of oven and let stand for 10 minutes before serving.

It's that simple! I have made this for several members of my family and friends and its always been a hit. Try it for yourself and enjoy restaurant quality ribs at home for a fraction of the price. Have you ever tried making ribs at home?


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