While this BBQ Ribs receipe isn't done on the Barbeque,
it's a huge hit around my household and my son Dirk keeps asking
if our BBQ Ribs are
as "world famous"
as the BBQ Shrimp so I thought I'd add it to the web site.
This is one of the easiest Rib recipes to make and requires hardly
any cleanup ... except the fingers and faces of your Rib Eaters. You basically
do a little bit of prep in the morning, and then your house
ends up smelling awesome by the afternoon. I've put ballpark times
down below, but these are fairly forgiving, plus
if you want to eat later (and can resist not tearing down the
oven door ;-), just let 'em cook a little longer, watching the water
level to insure there is always some in the pan. These BBQ Ribs are
perfect for guests because when they walk in the door, they
will want to eat NOW!
The Cookshack folks and
BBQ Brethren (who are quite religious about their BBQ'ing) have some funny commentary about this recipe ... ;-)
1 Double rack of Ribs (we buy 'em at Costco)
1 Jar BBQ sauce (KC Masterpiece is gluten-free for our kids)
DIRECTIONS (Start first thing in the morning)
Fill large pan halfway full with water and bring to boil
Pull membrane off of ribs and place in water - boil for 20 minutes
Pull ribs out and dump about half the water
Put rack in pan and then ribs on top of rack - should be just above waterline
Cover with aluminum foil
Put in oven at 225 (convection)
At noon, brush on first layer of BBQ sauce onto ribs
Go outside for a bit, and then come back in - didn't realize it smelled that good, eh?!?
At 2:00, brush on the second layer of BBQ sauce - remove aluminum foil
Now it smells good even if you don't go outside
At 4:00, brush on final layer - add water if neccessary to pan
Crank oven up to 255 (convection)
Bet you can't resist pulling a rib off to taste! ;-)
Try to wait at least until 5:00 before serving
Serve with BBQ sauce on the side for those that want it
Barbeque Ribs being boiled - both burners are actually on
My wife Wendy pulls 'em out while Brenden looks on
Cover 'em with foil and toss in the oven - note time and temp
Alek (and Philipp) adds BBQ sauce to ribs while wearing appropriate BBQ attire
Dirk takes a look at 4:16 - "I want to start eating the BBQ Ribs Dad!"
I give Dirk a few and he goes to work right away on 'em
BBQ Ribs are almost gone, but Dirk wants more
Alek after eating a LOT of BBQ Ribs - BBUURRPPPP!
So now you know how to make some bbq ribs! ;-)
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Author: Alek Komarnitsky