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Amazing Baby Back Ribs

Nothing tastes as good as an amazing recipe for baby back ribs. This recipe will show you everything you need to know on how to cook baby back ribs. Cooking barbecue pork ribs has never been easier.

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Cooking MethodGrilling

Ingredients

  • Chili powder or seasoned salt
  • Barbecue Sauce
  • 1 1/2 pound rack of baby back ribs

Instructions

  1. Rinse each rack and pat dry. Season if desired with chili powder and or seasoned salt (or favorite dry rub).
     
  2. Brown quickly on hot grill or under broiler, 2-3 minutes per side. Wrap each rack separately, and tightly, in heavy-duty foil and bake in 325 degree F oven for 3 hours. Carefully unwrap ribs and discard juices.
     
  3. After ribs have cooled to room temperature, brush on heavy coating of sauce and grill or oven broil just until charred, 5-10 minutes per side. Repeat saucing and char-grill once more.

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LOL so easy

awesome! Nothing better than ribs with Sweet Baby Rays Sauce! The only sauce to use for anything BBQ'ed!

I am confused as to the amount of ribs for SherryZ's recipe.

I have a similar, much simpler recipe, that can be used year round 34 lb boneless pork ribs or baby back ribs per person Trim fat Lay ribs in pan (can spray with Pam or line with foil for easy clean up) Sprinkle generously with seasoned salt Cover and bake 5 hours at 300 degrees - may need to shorten time for baby back ribs since they don't have as much meat. Uncover and pour off liquid. Pour BBQ sauce over all. Cover and bake 1 more hour. No burned meat no messy grill to clean up no carcenogenic charring, just tender, delicious meat. Can use leftovers in tacos for another night.

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