One of our readers recently wanted to know how to cook baby back ribs. Her name was Tina and she lives in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Tina stated "I'm trying to impress my new boyfriend Keshawn with my cooking talent. Since he loves barbecue, I thought I'd cook him a special dinner.
The only problem is, I've never grilled outdoors before. Can someone please help me out, by showing me how to cook baby back ribs."Native In-Artice Ad
We got your back Tina, as such, here are some of our very best tips and techniques on how to cook baby back ribs. A few are our ideas but many are from readers and other visitors to this website. We're sure you're going to enjoy all of these barbecue cooking tips and techniques.
By: Soul Food Chef
Today I'm going to share with you a recipe that I was taught by a friend name Kim. This oven baked baby back ribs recipe results in moist juicy ribs that fall off the bone. The secret to baking the best ribs you ever had, is to prepare the meat for baking the night before and allow the ribs to sit in your refrigerate until you are ready to bake.
Here are the ingredients you'll need for the recipe:
This recipe feeds two people (1 slab of ribs each), trust me when I say you'll want a slab for yourself.
Also, here is a video that teaches how to cut the bell pepper.
Jan 22, 2012
Onion Garlic Wrapped (by: Rich M.)
As stated by others here prep the night before. I have used rings of Vidalia onion, and fresh garlic. I use a little Olive oil on the ribs, remove the Silver skin from the back of the rack. Lay rings of onion on foil, lay the rack on top of the onions. Place overlapping onion rings on top of the rack. With a small knife make small slices and push in 10-14 small slices of garlic. Double wrap the ribs in heavy foil. Store in fridge over night.
Bake ribs on grill and oven at 275-300 for 90 minutes. Once the rack is "flimsy" and the meat is pulling from the bone, you are ready for the grill. Preheat grill to medium 350. Place unwrapped ribs on grill for 3 minutes each side. Watch for flare-ups. A spray bottle of water will help with the flare ups. Brush on your favorite BBQ sauce, caramelize. Serve and enjoy.
Dec 13, 2010
Yummy Baked Baby Back Ribs (by: Capt. Gene aka Gangsta chef)
I was a little skeptical at first with this recipe, but I went ahead with it any way. Most recipes I tried using the foil in the oven method usually ended up with burned ribs.
This was not the case with this one. The ribs came out almost falling off the bone and tasting great. I also tried this with onions only and sprinkled a little sugar on each slab.
As my littlest nephew joked with me his reply was ce ce bon. I guess that means good he disappeared with 3 slabs, then came back with a very dirty face and shirt looking for more.
Mar 10, 2009
Very Good!!! (by: Anonymous)
After using this recipe I will cook them no other way. They were very, very good!!!