Need a recipe for baby back ribs in the oven
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Tishy
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Posted: 2/2/2013 4:51:22 PM
Ok, I have never made rib! I want to make them for dinner tomorrow. I need to do them in the oven since the grill is out of gas. I dont know temps, times, anything. Please share with me. Thanks.




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Posted: 2/2/2013 5:11:27 PM
Preheat oven to 450. Pour a bottle of bullseye barbecue sauce on the ribs and wrap tightly with foil ( this is key as not to let steam escape). Wrap the ribs themselves, not the pan. Put ribs in oven. Turn oven down to 200 and let cook all day- 7-8 hours. They will be fall off the bone tender. This is on our menu for tomorrow, too.
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Posted: 2/2/2013 5:23:53 PM
The best ribs I've ever had is a Curtis Stone recipe. You are supposed to start preparing them a day or 2 in advance.

I can post the whole recipe if you want. Otherwise the cooking temps and times are:

Marinate in dry rub, wrapped in foil for 1 hour (or up to one day).
Bake in foil for 1 hour at 350 F.
Unwrap ribs and let them cool.
Coat ribs with whatever sauce you want to use (Again, I can give you Curtis' recipe if you want) and marinate at room temperature for at least one hour (or longer in the fridge).
Place ribs in foil lined tray and roast at 350 F, uncovered, basting often with the sauce, for about 25 minutes or until they are heated through.
Warm up the remaining sauce and serve it with the ribs.

** This recipe is called 'All-American Barbecued Baby Back Ribs'. We can't get American style baby back ribs here unfortunately. Well not very easily anyway. I have bought them once at Costco, then the next time I went they didn't have them. They are so much better than the piddly little ribs we get here at our butchers and supermarkets. You guys are so lucky!!

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Posted: 2/2/2013 5:24:37 PM
I put mine on a foil lined cookie sheet. Sprinkle with garlic powder. Loosely cover with foil. Cook at 300 degree oven for about two hours-ish. Then turn the oven up to 325 and put on BBQ sauce. Once the sauce is carmelizes, I turn over and repeat so each side gets at least 3 coats.

I make my own sauce with ketchup, vinegar, sugar and spices.

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Posted: 2/2/2013 6:37:19 PM
Tarheel, this sounds super easy too. I think this is what I am going with. Thanks everyone.



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