Winter BBQ'd Ribs

Quick and easy and sooo good ( Well not so quick)

Babyback ribs (any amount)

A dry rub (your choice)

BBQ sauce

A cookie sheet lined with tin foil (for easy clean-up

a rack to fit on the cookie sheet

And a 220 degree oven

First you either remove the silver skin from the ribs or cut X's in it. (if you use regular ribs, which don't cost as much, you really need to remove the silver skin) It makes them hard to eat and gets in your teeth :O)

rub both sides of the rack of ribs with the dry rub and let marinate for 3-4 hours or over night

Place on cookie sheet with wire rack and slowly cook in the oven for 90 minutes. turn the ribs over and cook another 90 minutes to 110 minutes.

In the last 20 minutes brush your BBQ sauce on both sides.

Slow cooking makes them tender.

In the mean time you can be hubbing?

I also place potatoes in the oven to bake slowly and fix a salad and prehaps french bread to have with the ribs. Yumm who knows it's winter?

You can also put the ribs on a real BBQ after you sauce them to finish if you choose.

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Kenny Wordsmith 8 years ago from Chennai

Just like G-Ma makes. I love your asides, too! "In the mean time you can be hubbing?" lol!


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omdelhi 8 years ago from New Delhi

HI G-Ma,

Well said. I love you hub.

wish you and your family a very very special 2008.

OPSINGH


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omdelhi 8 years ago from New Delhi

Thanx a lot for your COmments.


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WillStarr 5 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

You can speed up the process a little by smoking the ribs open for an hour and then wrapping them up tight in aluminum foil to steam in their own juices for about three hours.

Great Hub!


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G-Ma Johnson 5 years ago from NW in the land of the Free Author

WillStarr...Yes you are so right...Thanks for reminding me...God Bless...:O) Hugs G-Ma

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