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I need help with ribs.

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MRnMRSNurse
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Jessica

I need help with ribs.

I have pork ribs in my fridge. I want to marinade them... I think? I just want to make them as tasty as possible. WWYD?

I don't have a grill, I am doing them in the oven.

Posted 7/31/10 1:01 PM
 
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monkeybride
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Re: I need help with ribs.

I've always just done BBQ sauce. I do them in the crock pot for about 4-5 hours then grill them but you could throw them in the broiler after.

Posted 7/31/10 1:04 PM
 

cj7305
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Re: I need help with ribs.

I've only cooked ribs on the grill but when I have I've done a dry rub and let them sit for a few hours, cook and add sauce at the end. I use this recipe from Cook's Illustrated:

Dry Rub for Barbecue
1/4 cup (4 tablespoons) sweet paprika
2 tablespoons chili powder
2 tablespoons ground cumin
2 tablespoons dark brown sugar
2 tablespoons salt
1 tablespoon dried oregano
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
1 tablespoon black pepper, ground
1 tablespoon white pepper, ground
1 to 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper, to taste
Mix all the ingredients in a small bowl. The rub can be stored in an airtight container at room temperature for several weeks.

VERY flavorful. I'm sure it could work in the oven as well but have never tried it.

Posted 7/31/10 1:38 PM
 

Elbee
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Me

Re: I need help with ribs.

when I make them in the oven, I sprinkle salt, pepper and garlic powder on them. Then bake at 250 for 2 hours. I test one to see if they fall off the bone or it they need more time. If yes, I coat with BBQ sauce (or teryiaki glaze or saucy susan) and broil for a few minutes each side to crisp them up.

Posted 7/31/10 5:38 PM
 

Little-J-Mommy
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D

Re: I need help with ribs.

My DH is the Rib Master in this houseChat Icon

He slow boils them first for about an hour to cook thoroughly and then marinades in a sweet bbq sauce and then grills or oven roasts. They are always come out crispy/gooey on the outside and moist on the inside, practically falling off the bone. EnjoyChat Icon

Posted 8/1/10 8:24 AM
 

MrsRitaB
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Ri

Re: I need help with ribs.

i always put them in the slow cooker and than make my own bbq sauce to put in the slow cooker with them

Posted 8/1/10 7:29 PM
 

MRnMRSNurse
LIF Adult

Member since 8/09

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Name:
Jessica

Re: I need help with ribs.

I never even considered putting them in my good old crock pot!! I'm totally going too!!

Posted 8/2/10 10:50 AM
 

BriBri2u
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Mrs. B

Re: I need help with ribs.

This receipe is from Sandra Lee - I swear it is out of this world and SUPER easy

DH can devour an entire tray on his own.

Ingredients
2 full racks (quartered) baby back ribs
1-quart beef broth
2 cups barbeque sauce (recommended: Bullseye Original Barbeque Sauce)
1 cup honey

Directions
Place ribs and beef broth in a large heavy pot or Dutch oven, and add enough water to fully cover ribs. Simmer over low heat for about 1 hour. Once tender, remove and set aside.

Preheat the grill to medium heat. In a medium bowl, combine barbeque sauce and honey. Baste ribs generously with sauce and grill for about 4 minutes on each side or until desired

I just place them on a cookie sheet - baste with the sauce on both sides - than throw them into the oven and bake for 8 minutes at 400


Posted 8/2/10 2:08 PM
 

toni-mike
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Member since 10/07

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Toni

Re: I need help with ribs.

we do dry rubs, although i dont have the exact measurements, you can eyeball

garlic powder
onion powder
paprika
salt
pepper
brown sugar

mix that in a bowl & then rub both sides of the ribs. COMPLETLY cover the ribs in the rub.

bake @ 275 oven for approx 2hrs & then the last 10 min or so bbq them to crisp them,

the meat literlly falls off & they are to die for

Posted 8/2/10 2:53 PM
 

mathteach
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Christine

Re: I need help with ribs.

Whatever of the 9,000 "World's Best Ribs" recipes you use....peel the membrane off the back. It's the thin layer on the less meaty side, right near the bone.

No matter what you do, that improves the recipe 1000x.

Here's a video

Posted 8/2/10 5:51 PM
 

MRnMRSNurse
LIF Adult

Member since 8/09

1318 total posts

Name:
Jessica

Re: I need help with ribs.

Posted by mathteach

Whatever of the 9,000 "World's Best Ribs" recipes you use....peel the membrane off the back. It's the thin layer on the less meaty side, right near the bone.

No matter what you do, that improves the recipe 1000x.

Here's a video


excellent tip! thanks!!

Posted 8/3/10 1:14 PM
 

Ophelia
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remember, when Gulliver traveled....

Re: I need help with ribs.

Posted by cj7305

I've only cooked ribs on the grill but when I have I've done a dry rub and let them sit for a few hours, cook and add sauce at the end. I use this recipe from Cook's Illustrated:

Dry Rub for Barbecue
1/4 cup (4 tablespoons) sweet paprika
2 tablespoons chili powder
2 tablespoons ground cumin
2 tablespoons dark brown sugar
2 tablespoons salt
1 tablespoon dried oregano
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
1 tablespoon black pepper, ground
1 tablespoon white pepper, ground
1 to 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper, to taste
Mix all the ingredients in a small bowl. The rub can be stored in an airtight container at room temperature for several weeks.

VERY flavorful. I'm sure it could work in the oven as well but have never tried it.



YES to the dry rub.

then put some sauce on it (bbq) for the last 10 minutes or so. you should be fine in the over.

Posted 8/3/10 1:40 PM
 

bklynitaliana
LIF Infant

Member since 7/07

331 total posts

Name:
Angela

Re: I need help with ribs.

You boil the ribs until fully cooked and then through them in the oven for a few minutes with saucy suzy, my mom used to do this for us when we were kids..

OMG i am salivating just thinking about it.

Posted 8/4/10 9:36 AM
 

JohnGardner
LIF Infant

Member since 7/10

54 total posts

Name:
John

Re: I need help with ribs.

Whether boiling, baking or crocking, the key is slow cooking. After years of using a sauce only, I have become a huge dry rub fan. Fantastic flavor! Then at the end add your sauce.

Posted 8/5/10 6:57 AM
 
 

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