‘ll admit it, there are only a few more things that is more daunting that a rack of ribs–like snakes and the boogie-man.
But, don’t worry, only the thought of cooking ribs are daunting… It’s like a slow-cooker crock pot meal–fix it once, then let it cook, next thing you know, it’s done, presto.
[These are the ribs that I made for dinner to go along with my Mini Blackberry Pies for dessert. It was a delicious meal!]
1 large rack of pork ribs (this is about 4.5 lbs–enough to feed 4 people)
1 cup of your favorite seasoning (I used what I had on hand, Weber’s Garlic and Herb seasoning)
2 bottles of your favorite barbecue sauce (I used 1 Kraft original and 1 Kraft Honey)
1 cup of hot sauce (this makes the sauce very mild, so if you prefer a little more spice, by all means, add more!)
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a cookie sheet with several sheets of aluminum foil [this makes for easy clean-up!] Put your rack of ribs in the middle of the sheet and create a buffer of aluminum foil around the edges of the ribs.
2. Add your seasoning to raw meat, remember to coat both sides as desired. [You’ll probably have to get your hands dirty, rub it in a bit!]
3. Cook in oven set at 350 degrees for between an hour to hour and fifteen minutes.
4. While that’s cooking, mix your barbecue sauces and hot sauces together. Stir until well blended.
5. After initial cook time, remove from oven and brush your barbecue sauce mixture on top of rips, one side will do ‘ya. [I say this because: have you ever tried to flip a huge rack of hot ribs? Yea, neither have I, I’d rather keep my fingers in tact.]
6. Continue cooking in oven (still set to 350 degrees) for an additional 30 to 45 minutes.
7. Cut, serve, and Enjoy!
If you make the recipe, I’d love to know how it turns out.
What else do you want to learn how to cook?