How to make BBQ Ribs in the oven | Fall off the bone oven Baked Baby Back Ribs Recipe

  • Published on:  8/5/2020
  • Hello & welcome to the Views Kitchen! Today I’ll be showing you how I make fall off the bone juicy BBQ Ribs the oven. Just like you all saw on the YouTube storytime. Please take the time to look at the list of ingredients and extra tips below, thank you for subscribing and liking our content. As always #viewsclub we love and adore you 💕 Stephanie and, Cloud
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    This recipe will work best as a two-day process
    Day 1 coat baby back ribs with bbq paste
    Day 2 Bake ribs for 2 1/2 to 3 hrs
    1st Bake Ribs at 380 degrees (F) for 1 hour
    2nd Bake Ribs at 300 degrees (F) for 1 1/2 to 2 hours
    -Check your ribs at 2 1/2 hours and if it's to your liking take them out
    -Let your ribs rest 15 minutes before serving
    -Marinade a minimum of 8 hours... Taste best 24-48 hours
    4 to 5 pounds baby back ribs
    Bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce (I usually use 1 1/2 bottles for 2 baby back ribs)
    1/4 cup Apple cider vinegar
    1/4 cup apple juice
    1/4 cup soy sauce
    1 tsp liquid apple smoke
    2 Tbs oil (canola)
    1 Tbs garlic powder
    2 Tbs onion powder
    2 Tbs ginger powder
    2 Tbs ground cumin
    2 Tbs black pepper
    2 Tbs sugogi dashida (Korean beef bouillon) or 2 Tbs chicken bouillon
    1/2 tsp thyme
    2 Tbs Guajillo chili powder
    2 Tbs paprika
    3 Tbs brown or golden sugar
    1 Tbs salt (Himalayan pink salt)
    *BBQ sauce private select Kentucky Bourbon Craft BBQ Sauce
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