How to make it

  • First place all ingredients together in large roasting pan.
  • Then you cut ribs apart.
  • Now mix together making sure to coat all ribs with this semi-dry paste.
  • Then spread ribs out evenly on bottom of pan.
  • Now cover lightly with foil.
  • This needs to bake at 375 degrees for approx. 1 hour.
  • This needs to turn or stirring occasionally.
  • Finally, serve!

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  • nicklaurey 6 years ago
    I'm sure that this recipe is tasty, however, it is not "barbecue".
    BBQ'd baby backs must have the bone-side membrane removed, rubbed with an appropriate dry spice mixture, cooked in a smoker, or, a grill (set up for in-direct cooking).
    Typically hickory or white oak is added to create the smoky flavor, which is one of the hallmarks of BBQ. Average cook for baby backs, LOW & SLOW is 5 hrs @ approx. 220 degrees F. Ribs should be "basted" every hour, using a plant spray mister containing clear apple juice, apple cider, or any liquid of your choice that won't clog the nozzle.
    The ribs are done when: 1) the meat shrinks up the bone about 1/4"; 2) you can push a toothpick thru the meat, with no resistance; 3) the rack will bend downward when pick up in the middle with a pair of tongs.
    These are rough guidelines- BBQ is not an exact science.
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