how do you cook beef spare ribs

InstructionsPreheat oven to 160°C/320°F (all oven types).Mix Rub in a small bowl large, enough to fit one rib.Press beef ribs into the rub, coating all sides. … Mix Barbecue Sauce ingredients, except water, in a baking pan. … Place ribs in sauce, turning to coat. … Cover tightly with foil or lid, bake 3 1/2 hours.

  1. Preheat oven to 160°C/320°F (all oven types).
  2. Mix Rub in a small bowl large, enough to fit one rib.
  3. Press beef ribs into the rub, coating all sides. …
  4. Mix Barbecue Sauce ingredients, except water, in a baking pan. …
  5. Place ribs in sauce, turning to coat. …
  6. Cover tightly with foil or lid, bake 3 1/2 hours.

The easiest oven-baked beef ribs recipe you’ll ever find. All you need is two ingredients, one hour, and a whole lot of napkins.

Happy Friday, everyone! I hope you had a productive and fruitful week and have some awesome and/or awesomely relaxing weekend plans!

Wednesday, for Nerd Month (more on Nerd Month here), we paid homage to a scene from Happy Endings, one of my favorite television comedies, by making Strawberry Mimosas so that we might all speak better Italian.

In that scene, we learn that while Penny speaks fluent Italian when drunk, Alex just eats ribs.

So today we are going to follow up Wednesday’s recipe with with that classic brunch mimosa pairing: oven-baked ribs.

Before we start, I’m just going to stop and say, BBQ devotees, turn away now. This recipe is going to make you so angry.

People who just really want some ribs without spending three hours slow roasting them or manning a grill, come this way.

There’s a category of recipes I call “good enough” recipes. It’s not something I write about often or see highlighted in the cooking community, because “good enough” isn’t exactly a compelling selling point, but I think they are valuable recipes for home cooks. They’re solid, tasty, uncomplicated, and easy. This is one of those.

I love beef ribs, but for the longest time, I didn’t make them because the process to get “fall-off-the-bone tender” meat was too much for me. Then one day in college, I really wanted some ribs, and I made these. And they were great.

The meat wasn’t falling off the bone like you’d get with perfectly cooked Short Ribs, but it had a beautifully baked coat of my favorite BBQ sauce on it and was exactly what I had been craving. My friends and I enjoyed the hell out of those ribs, and I’ve been making this recipe ever since.

These Oven-baked Beef Ribs are one of the easiest dinners you’ll find, and honestly, one of my lazy afternoon summer faves, especially served alongside Mashed Potatoes or a Small Macaroni Salad.

This is what you do: Stick the beef ribs in the oven. Wait. Put some BBQ sauce on there. Wait a little longer. Eat.

It doesn’t get any simpler than that. The worst part is cutting the ribs apart if you buy a rack and waiting while they cool before you start devouring them. I have the burns on my fingers to prove it…

Are you a BBQ fan? Do you have any “good enough” recipes you love? Tell me about them!

Need delicious side dish ideas for these beef ribs?? Check them out here!

That girl gets on my nerves sometimes!! LOL Gotta love her!! I think we use to hate making the beef ribs because we really didn’t have a tried and true recipe to work off of.

Yes, I have another oven-baked beef rib recipe on my site but I grew tired of that one. It was a little too saucy and time-consuming. Not to mention, it wasn’t doing the best job at making my husband do the “pretend booty slap dance” after he ate them. Which is what he does when I make something amazing.

I wanted an oven-baked beef rib recipe that was simple, easy, and made the best beef ribs consistently. Well, I decided to do what any girl does when she needs a tried and true recipe to wow ’em, I called grandma!!!

Ms. Barbara never disappoints honey. She made my hubby and me some oven-baked BBQ beef ribs when we went to visit (yes she cooks a full spread for ANYBODY who tells her they are coming over. Like seriously. She is insanely sweet like that) and he raved about how good they were. I love when my food makes my man happy so I was determined to recreate my grandma’s ribs for him.

Well, guess what happened? My husband liked this oven-baked BBQ rib recipe better than Grandma Barbs!! The only thing I did differently was added more spices to the rib spice rub recipe. I think this kicked up the taste of the BBQ sauce and even helped to tenderize them a little more.

Now I ONLY make this oven beef rib recipe and after you try it, you may never make it any other way either. Hubby says I’m not allowed to experiment with other recipes because these beef ribs took him on a journey somewhere and he couldn’t stop eating them. He seriously almost ate the entire pan. I won’t lie, they are amazing! Juicy, fall off the bone tender, well- seasoned, perfectly saucy, and sticky! Everything I look for in a good oven-baked BBQ beef rib.

Ok, enough blabbering about these doggone beef ribs. Go make them for your man. For your wife. For yourself. For your kids. Somebody! Just make them. And devour them one by one until you push back from the table totally stuffed. I may or may not have done that. I served these oven-baked BBQ beef ribs with sweet corn, steamed broccoli, garlic Texas toast, and cinnamon mashed sweet potatoes…and of course sweet ice tea!

how do you cook beef spare ribs

Watch Me Make These Oven Baked BBQ Beef Ribs From Start To Finish!

For some reason, it never fails that my sister and I get stuck making the beef ribs for family functions. Maybe it’s because we make really great oven-baked beef ribs. Truth be told, we have no clue what we’re doing and our oven-baked ribs are, use to be really hit or miss.

Here’s how the conversation would go. My sister calls me up:

Sister: Mama wants you to make beef ribs for {insert any occasion}.

Me: No she doesn’t. You know good and well she asked you to make them.

Sister: Yes, but I don’t want to. So, I’ll buy them and let you make them ok.

Me: Umm…no ma’am!

Sister: Ok I’ll drop them off.

Me: Shon don’t bring those ribs over here, seriously! I’m not even at home. (total lie)

Sister: Ok then I’ll just leave them by the door m-kay. Byeee. Thanks boo!!!!!! (and she hangs up before I have a chance to respond)

I love beef ribs, but for the longest time, I didn’t make them because the process to get “fall-off-the-bone tender” meat was too much for me. Then one day in college, I really wanted some ribs, and I made these. And they were great.

The easiest oven-baked beef ribs recipe you’ll ever find. All you need is two ingredients, one hour, and a whole lot of napkins.

Before we start, I’m just going to stop and say, BBQ devotees, turn away now. This recipe is going to make you so angry.

In that scene, we learn that while Penny speaks fluent Italian when drunk, Alex just eats ribs.

Happy Friday, everyone! I hope you had a productive and fruitful week and have some awesome and/or awesomely relaxing weekend plans!

InstructionsPreheat oven to 160°C/320°F (all oven types).Mix Rub in a small bowl large, enough to fit one rib.Press beef ribs into the rub, coating all sides. Mix Barbecue Sauce ingredients, except water, in a baking pan. Place ribs in sauce, turning to coat. Cover tightly with foil or lid, bake 3 1/2 hours.

FAQ

How do you prepare beef ribs before cooking?

To prepare beef ribs, start by removing the membrane so you don’t wind up with chewy meat. If you want to use a rub you’ll have to let the ribs sit overnight. Alternately, you can apply barbeque sauce while cooking. Once you know how you want your ribs, preheat your grill or oven to 225 °F.

How do you cook store bought spare ribs?

Spoon 1 tablespoon water over ribs if desired. Wrap foil tightly around ribs. Place foil-packed ribs in baking pan. Heat 30 mins @ 375°F if ribs are refrigerated, 50 mins if ribs are frozen.

How to cook a beef rib?

Season the joint with the crushed pepper and sea salt or a flavouring of your choice. Press onto the fat and flesh to evenly coat. Roast for 20 minutes at 220C/fan 200C/gas 7, then turn the oven down to 160C/fan 140C/gas 3. Cook for 20 minutes per 450g for medium/15 minutes per 450g for rare.

Are beef ribs and spare ribs the same?

Flanken, Beef Short Ribs and Beef Spare Ribs are all actually the same piece of meat. The difference is simply in how it is cut.

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