Feb 19, 2013

Succulent Oven Roasted Baby Back Ribs

Juicy tender and succulent oven roasted baby back ribs made easy!  A great way to make them especially if you don't have a grill.  This is a simple recipe that will show you how to make these pork baby back ribs all year long, and not just during the summer.  We love the no fuss, no mess and easy clean up when making this entrĂ©e.


And, here's a great tip we learned years ago when cooking with pork ribs, and that is to boil them first.  It's a clever way to eliminate and remove most of the fat and grease from the ribs, and it cuts the cooking time in half.  All that is left to do is to rub on your favorite BBQ sauce and into the oven they go!


We love to roast these ribs with a hickory, spiced barbecue sauce, like Bull's Eye, Kansas City Style.  It has a rich smokey flavor with a sweet taste of sticky molasses.  Its SO GOOD, everyone loves them!

Serve them with your favorite vegetables side and this recipe could be added to a list of making dinners for a family of 4 for under $20.00.  Baby Back Ribs are also very inexpensive to buy, they only cost us ten dollars, and we can buy them even for less if we find them on sale.  Enjoy!


Succulent Oven Roasted Baby Back Ribs
  • 2 pounds Pork Baby Back Ribs (approx 14 ribs)
  • sea salt
  • fresh ground black pepper
  • 8 Tbsp. BBQ Sauce ( we used Bulls-Eye, Kansas City Style)
  • cooking oil spray

In a large sauce pot, filled with water half way.
Add the ribs into water. Cover and bring to boil.
Boil ribs for 25 minutes.


 
Generously spray baking dish with cooking oil.
For easier clean up, line baking sheet with foil wrap.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Remove ribs from water and transfer ribs to baking sheet.
Using  the back of a spoon, rub barbecue sauce over entire surface.
Sprinkle some salt and fresh ground pepper.


Bake for 20 minutes. Remove and flip over the ribs.
Rub some more barbecue sauce on top.
Bake for 20 minutes more. 
Remove from oven and cut them into pieces.




Serves 4

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3 comments:

  1. We were talking about making ribs this past weekend. The craving is in full force now! Thanks for this easy recipe. Have a great week.

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  2. Goodness!!! They look delicious!

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  3. Those look incredibly delicious! I wish I lived closer so I could drop in to taste them :)

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