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Old 03-02-2013, 07:06 PM   #1
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ISO Oven Baked Rib recipes?

Does anyone have a good recipe or method to make BBQ'd Beef Ribs in the oven?

Was thinking later in the week of making a few racks. Can't recall ever doing it that way.

The Qer's can now rake my ribs over the coals for being lazy and not using the smoker.. It's ok, I hear it only stings for a minute..

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Old 03-02-2013, 07:16 PM   #2
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I have had to do ribs in the oven since I had to move into an apartment. I'm sure you will get lots of recipes. This is mine. As usual, you can vary the ingredients to what you like, but this technique will assure you a great feed of ribs.

After taking the membrane off and trimming a bit of fat off of the ribs I rub them with a home made rub and leave them sit for a while in the fridge. Then, I put them in a roasting pan with about an inch of half-water to half-tomato juice. I find that half-water to half-ketchup, or beer works great too. I have used other seasonings instead of rub, thrown in garlic cloves, cardamom, all kinds of things will work if you like it. But the important thing is to cover this well and bake the ribs for about an hour or so at about 300 degrees.
Once I take them out, I place them on a rack with a pan underneath them and put them back in the oven. You can drop the temp a bit and I start to sauce them with my favorite sauce. (I use a home made one.) I flip and sauce every 10 minutes for about another hour. Then, I turn the oven off and let them sit for about 10 minutes before serving. They are usually fall off the bone.

I usually add a few dashes of liquid smoke in with my finishing sauce to give it a bit of a bbq taste, at least....
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Old 03-02-2013, 07:16 PM   #3
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These are fantastic! Delicious, succulent, falling-off-the-bone tender. I used about 9 oz of BBQ sauce for 3 lbs of ribs, then served more sauce at the table.
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Old 03-02-2013, 07:16 PM   #4
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The closest I have heard it being done in the oven is that Shake and Bake has a BBQ one. I used to use it for chicken when my kids were small.
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Old 03-02-2013, 07:36 PM   #5
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I have had to do ribs in the oven since I had to move into an apartment. I'm sure you will get lots of recipes. This is mine. As usual, you can vary the ingredients to what you like, but this technique will assure you a great feed of ribs.

After taking the membrane off and trimming a bit of fat off of the ribs I rub them with a home made rub and leave them sit for a while in the fridge. Then, I put them in a roasting pan with about an inch of half-water to half-tomato juice. I find that half-water to half-ketchup, or beer works great too. I have used other seasonings instead of rub, thrown in garlic cloves, cardamom, all kinds of things will work if you like it. But the important thing is to cover this well and bake the ribs for about an hour or so at about 300 degrees.
Once I take them out, I place them on a rack with a pan underneath them and put them back in the oven. You can drop the temp a bit and I start to sauce them with my favorite sauce. (I use a home made one.) I flip and sauce every 10 minutes for about another hour. Then, I turn the oven off and let them sit for about 10 minutes before serving. They are usually fall off the bone.

I usually add a few dashes of liquid smoke in with my finishing sauce to give it a bit of a bbq taste, at least....

Technically your way is still using the tried and true way. Water keeping the meat moist.. It's quicker to. Yeah!!!!

By covering them do you mean to actually cover the pan with aluminum foil? Will a cast iron dutch oven be ok to use? I have 2 that have been looking a little jilted that they're hardly ever used.

It's showing I haven't done it this way..

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Yeah. You can use anything. As long as they are covered tightly to keep in the moisture. I cut them in half and use my big dutch oven sometimes, but usually lay them out whole in a roasting pan with a tight wrap of foil...
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Old 03-02-2013, 07:48 PM   #7
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Thankies.

I'll give it a shot with the foil method. Seems to be an easier way of doing it anyways. As the saying goes " Clean up's a snap when you use Reynolds Wrap"

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rock, merstar, and munky,

i like to get some browning action going under the broiler (or smoke them in my gas smoker for a little while when possible) first, then bake covered with a liquid, usually apple juice, at 300 until they're fall off the bone.
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I slice onions about 1/2 inch thick and layer them in the bottom of a roasting pan, dry rub the trimmed ribs and seal the pan with foil. Roast in the oven until tender, unwrap and slather the sauce on, continue to cook for another 30-60 min to slightly caramelize the sauce. Use those onions as a topping for your meal. I use my lasagna pan.
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Old 03-02-2013, 09:44 PM   #10
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OK, just did these back ribs last week and they turned out awesome!
Remove the membrane from the bone side of the ribs. Works well by tugging at it with paper towel.

Rub with whatever dry rub you like. I use garlic powder, paprika, chipotle powder, onion powder, salt & pepper. Let sit for 30 min.

Take your broiling pan (that came with your oven:) pour about 1/2-3/4" of hot water in the bottom tray and float some lemon, lime & or orange slices in the water. Put the grill part of the pan on, add the ribs bone side down & cover tightly with foil.

Cook at 375 with rack in the middle for 50 min-1hour, remove from oven, peel back the foul & brush a generous portion of your favorite BBQ sauce on both sides. Re seal the foil and cook for another 30 min.

Remove from oven, swap you oven to high broil. Remove foil & brush with sauce again.

Broil for 4-7 min but Keep an eye on them so they don't burn!!!!

Remove serve and enjoy. I was amazed how well this oven method worked. Can't wait to do them again.
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