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Baby Back Ribs #7662038 11/14/19 07:45 PM
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Okay gents, got some baby back ribs in a package deal I bought at the Commissary today. I haven’t cooked em without a smoker before, what are some good ways to cook em with an oven? Any tips tricks are welcome! Thank you.


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Crock pot with a chopped onion and a bottle of Sweet Baby Rays. Low for about 8 hours then carefully transfer to cookie sheet, put in oven on broil for 10 minutes or so (watch closely so you don't burn em)


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Haven't had it in years but never spit any out.


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do you have a smoker? if not use a grill and indirect heat.

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Originally Posted by bigbob_ftw
do you have a smoker? if not use a grill and indirect heat.


No smoker or grill(currently in an apartment).

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Crock pot with a chopped onion and a bottle of Sweet Baby Rays. Low for about 8 hours then carefully transfer to cookie sheet, put in oven on broil for 10 minutes or so (watch closely so you don't burn em)


Oh dang sounds good, when I broil that’s when I turn the oven up high right?


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Originally Posted by DeRico

Oh dang sounds good, when I broil that’s when I turn the oven up high right?


That's when you turn the oven to the broil option and the top of the oven gets to 550 degrees.


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Originally Posted by Herbie Hancock
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Oh dang sounds good, when I broil that’s when I turn the oven up high right?


That's when you turn the oven to the broil option and the top of the oven gets to 550 degrees.



up You just want to caramelize the BBQ sauce a bit. Ribs will be falling apart tender. Sometimes I dont even do the broil thing, just eat em.


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Haven't had it in years but never spit any out.


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https://www.inspiredtaste.net/7179/sweet-and-spicy-oven-baked-ribs/

not a fan of fall apart ribs. the crock makes them soupy.


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In a cooking bag for 4 hours @ 425°.


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Season them and cook them in an Instant Pot for 25 minutes. Take them out, put your best BBQ sauce on them and throw them in the oven until they are the way you like them. For us they were falling off the bone after 25 minutes in the oven. They are very, very good and only take about 50 minutes max.

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Rub with yellow mustard
cover in favorite rub
Wrap in foil in oven @ 250 for 2 hours
Unwrap and 1 hour at 350 basting with bbq sauce every 10-15 minutes
this allows the sauce to caramelize and they will be tender and fall off the bone but will stay intact.
I've done this where i can slide the bone out and just have a slab of meat at the end

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First, lemme say I only use a stick burner

But as far heat and time, here’s what I do

Keep in mind, it’s a 4 hour job. Forget that 1,2,3 stuff

Unwrapped and Hot for 1 hour at 375, a little bit of 400 won’t hurt
Wrap and pour apple juice on them, cook for 2 hours at 250
Unwrapped at 225 for 1 hour, again pour apple juice over them

Use the rub of your choice and I go a little heavy on crushed black pepper

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Originally Posted by bigbob_ftw
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not a fan of fall apart ribs. the crock makes them soupy.


Me either.

I wanna see bite marks in the meat

Falling apart is too done in my opinion

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not a fan of fall apart ribs. the crock makes them soupy.


Me either.

I wanna see bite marks in the meat

Falling apart is too done in my opinion


Yep.


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Originally Posted by CCBIRDDOGMAN
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Oh dang sounds good, when I broil that’s when I turn the oven up high right?


That's when you turn the oven to the broil option and the top of the oven gets to 550 degrees.



up You just want to caramelize the BBQ sauce a bit. Ribs will be falling apart tender. Sometimes I dont even do the broil thing, just eat em.


Oof, I’m a 50/50 type guy. I like fall off the bone and I like to see bite marks.


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Originally Posted by DeRico

Oof, I’m a 50/50 type guy. I like fall off the bone and I like to see bite marks.


Yeah I like a little of both worlds, gotta find that magic sweet spot.


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Crock pot ribs aren't my favorite but they are easy and a nice change every once in a while.


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Haven't had it in years but never spit any out.


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Originally Posted by CCBIRDDOGMAN
Crock pot ribs aren't my favorite but they are easy and a nice change every once in a while.

This! Its just easy, especially in an apartment.

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Finally got off my azz and made them, think I broiled a bit too long but we will see in a minute!


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Lookin' good. They can take a lot of abuse and still turn out well!!

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Lookin' good. They can take a lot of abuse and still turn out well!!


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So I had to stack them when I put em in the slow cooker. The rack on top kinda dried out but the other two were good. Damn for my first time ever cooking Ribs it was good, to pat my own back...


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Originally Posted by DeRico
So I had to stack them when I put em in the slow cooker. The rack on top kinda dried out but the other two were good. Damn for my first time ever cooking Ribs it was good, to pat my own back...



The worst I ever had was wonderful.


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
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So I had to stack them when I put em in the slow cooker. The rack on top kinda dried out but the other two were good. Damn for my first time ever cooking Ribs it was good, to pat my own back...



The worst I ever had was wonderful.



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Pecan pie to me is a lot like sex. The worst I ever had was wonderful.


I see a pattern developing. LOL

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Originally Posted by TPACK
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So I had to stack them when I put em in the slow cooker. The rack on top kinda dried out but the other two were good. Damn for my first time ever cooking Ribs it was good, to pat my own back...



The worst I ever had was wonderful.



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Pecan pie to me is a lot like sex. The worst I ever had was wonderful.


I see a pattern developing. LOL



A fading memory?


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