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Ingredients of Amber's BBQ Baby Back Ribs
- Prepare of Pork Baby Back Ribs..
- Prepare of Onion Powder.
- Prepare of Garlic powder.
- You need of Cumin.
- You need of Ground Black Pepper.
- Prepare of Lawrys Season All Salt.
- You need of Barbecue Sauce/ I used Sweet Baby Rays Honey Barbecue.
This is the Ultimate BBQ Baby Back Rib Recipe! Cooked slow in the oven with a homemade spice rub, then There is just nothing like fall off the bone Grilled BBQ Baby Back Ribs, and believe me these ribs will fall off the bone before they even get to the grill. My Baby Back Ribs come from a local butcher. He selects the best slabs from his inventory and puts them to the side.
Amber's BBQ Baby Back Ribs step by step
- Preheat oven to 250°F.
- Poke holes on the silver skin on the back of the ribs..
- Mix all seasonings together and rub on both sides of the ribs..
- Wrap the ribs with foil tightly..
- Bake the ribs for 250°F for 2 hours..
- When the ribs finish, remove ribs and set for 10 minutes..
- Raise the temperature of the oven to 350°F..
- After 10 minutes drain the grease from the ribs and leave uncovered..
- Use a baster and cover both sides od the ribs. Bake for 10 minutes and remove..
- Add another coat of barbecue sauce and bake again for 15 minutes..
- Remove ribs and add a final coat of Barbecue sauce and bake for another 15 minutes..
- If you wish to repeat this step for extra sticky ribs, you may. I felt 3 coats was sufficient..
- Let ribs rest for 15 minutes. Enjoy!.
If you call ahead of time and tell them what you are looking for It never hurts to make friends. (a little gift of bbq goes a long way). Some butchers will even trim the ribs for you for free. Traeger Baby Back Ribs with Franklin BBQ Sauce. The first recipes we tried from the cookbook were Franklin's spare ribs and barbeque sauce. The BBQ sauce alone is worth purchasing the book for.