How to make it

  • The day before clean, dry, cut into 4 small slabs then dress the ribs with the dry rub. Put them in a zip lock bag and remove as much air as possible. Let that sit over night.
  • Preheat the oven to 400
  • Mix the BBQ sauce (I like KC Masterpiece Bold) with the liquid smoke and set aside.
  • Seal a pan in aluminum foil to make your clean up painless. I have a roasting rack (spray the rack with PAM) that I put on top of the aluminum foil which will allow me to put 1/2" of water in the bottom of the pan and keep the ribs up out of it.
  • Place the ribs on the rack, bone side up, then cover with aluminum foil. Bake for 45 minutes, uncover, turn then baste with BBQ sauce. Return to the oven, UNCOVERED, and bake for another 30 minutes or so basting frequently.

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  • elgourmand 2 years ago
    Now ya got me craving pork ribs. Reckon I'll do these on the Barbi but won't have any peace until it's done. RJ
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  • chuckieb 2 years ago
    Beautiful Laura! I'm a relative newbie to dry rubs. Like that I can do these ribs in the oven. Saves me from having to shovel out the BBQ in the winter time! :) Lovely post!
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  • Good4U 2 years ago
    Lovely looking ribs!!! Yummy!
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  • notyourmomma 2 years ago
    Beautiful ribs, yum! Easy recipe, too. Liquid smoke is a wonderful thing.
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