Easy BBQ Ribs in the oven. If your ribs have a thin membrane over the bones on the backside, remove by carefully sliding a knife under membrane and then peel. These easy BBQ Ribs in the oven is one of my "consistent until perfect" goals in life. I worked on making a rack of baby back ribs in the oven that was fall off the bone, melt-in-your-mouth tender….similar to the ribs I LOVE at popular BBQ joints in the area.
Remove from the oven and allow to cool briefly. (Leave the oven on.) Carefully remove the aluminum foil and plastic wrap. With the ribs still on the baking sheet, cover loosely with foil and return to the oven. If you want to skip the whole homemade BBQ sauce you totally can. You can have Easy BBQ Ribs in the oven using 5 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Easy BBQ Ribs in the oven
- Prepare 10 of country style pork ribs.
- Prepare of salt (as desired).
- Prepare of pepper (as desired).
- Prepare of minced garlic (as desired).
- Prepare 1 bottle of favorite BBQ sauce.
It's just something I've always wanted to make! Just make sure you have a good amount of your favorite on hand, because you'll need it! We served ours up with a few slices of warm cornbread. It was a nice little treat for him and a fun experiment.
Easy BBQ Ribs in the oven instructions
- Preheat oven to 275 degrees.
- Place ribs in a shallow baking dish and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Then rub minced garlic on the ribs. I used about a half teaspoon for every 3 ribs..
- Place ribs in oven and cook for 2 hours..
- After the 2 hours are up pull ribs out and drain any liquid in pan..
- Take favorite BBQ sauce and brush over both sides of ribs. I used sweet baby rays sweet vidalia onion paired very well with the garlic..
- Put ribs back into oven and let cook for 1hour..
- After they are done cooking let rest for a few minutes before enjoying the wonderful dinner!.
Optional: Move an oven rack near to the top of the oven. Slather the ribs with BBQ sauce (be sure to check out our recipe for homemade Bourbon BBQ sauce – it's to die for!). For me, BBQ sauce is absolutely necessary on baby back ribs. It's the sauce that seals in the juices and boosts the flavor. When making these ribs in the oven you might lament the lack of char that you get on the grill.