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I was struggling to get the perfect barbecue ribs until recently. They were always to dry and I wasn’t sure how to bake them properly. Until last week I decided to give another try and cook my ribs the proper way. I quickly learned that they need low temperature and longer baking.
I went to the kitchen and I started my dinner. I can honestly say it took few hours but the whole dinner was worth it. I know it is a bit long but trust me longer time to bake ribs is better.
My children recently started to ribs. Before they were never interested in them. However, lately they are asking more about ribs. I think they are growing and they need more proteins. They don’t really like to eat meat. Just certain types and not often. My older son won’t even try the deli products. I am ok with that. If he doesn’t want to eat it that’s ok. I don’t eat meat often too.
Now let’s go back to my tender and juicy barbecue ribs. I choose my favorite barbecue sauce and you can too. Buy your favorite one.. any kind. Also I served my ribs with salad, because they are already very fatty and I didn’t want to add extra calories to my dinner. My husband and children preferred their ribs with cooked mashed potatoes.
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Tender Barbecue Ribs
- 2 slabs of ribs
- 1 cup barbecue sauce*
- Preheat oven to 280 F.
- Lay ribs on cooking pan, sprinkle with salt and pepper. Cover with foil.
- Bake for 3 hours and 30 minutes.
- After this time, smear ribs with barbecue sauce.
- Adjust the temperature to 330 F. Bake uncovered for 5 - 10 minutes.
Chris @ Shared Appetite
Low and slow is always the way to go with ribs! These look great!
They are perfect when they are made slow and low:)
These look delicious! We love ribs at our house but we don’t make them all that often. They are always a treat when we do!
We do not make them often either, but sometimes it is nice to eat them. Thanks Ashley for coming to my blog:)
Thanks for the great cooking tip, girl! I think we are due for some ribs at my house, so I’m going to try this technique! 🙂
These look so delicious ans simple!!!
Thank you Crystal!