This recipe is the way to go for tender baby backs. I cooked in the oven for about two hours and fifteen minutes, then added more sauce and stuck them on the grill for the last 15 minutes to crisp them up a bit. Awesome recipe!
Wow, before this, i tried two different recipes: they were not good... i was skeptic...
But with this simple and great recipe it was AWESOME. They were really fall of the bone ribs...
All i can say is THANK YOU!! I look forward to make this bbq ribs again!!
P.S: I stored them in the fridge only for 4 hours and they were excellent
Who would believe that a recipe with only two ingredients could be so amazingly delicious??!! I love ribs and for years my husband would make them on the smoker or boil and bake them. Every so often they would be moist and tasty but it was hit or miss. These ribs were moist, flavorful and so easy to prepare it was ridiculous. The only thing I did extra was to slit the silver skin before adding the sauce so they wouldn't curl up. Thanks so much for posting this recipe Brenda. Wish I had seen this years ago.
This was the first time I have cooked ribs at home, and this was the easiest recipe ever!! I used Sweet baby Rays BBQ sauce, and let them sit over night. Cooked them 2hr 45min and they fell off the bone! One tip would be to make sure you put them on something so when the juices come boiling out, you have something besides the bottom of the oven to catch them.
These are the best ribs we've had in a long time and will definitely be making these again, only next time I will use at least 4 pounds of ribs (instead of 2 pounds for the four of us). My husband and one of my sons could have easily polished off 2 pounds each. We served these delicious ribs with Creamy Potato Salad Creamy Potato Salad for a perfect summer meal. We will definitely be making these again this summer.
Excellent. I must admit I was skeptical at first because the recipe looked so simple. In addition to using honey bbq sauce, I also coated the ribs in worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, bbq seasoning, adobo, onion powder, garlic powder, and pepper. I wrapped it tightly in foil and marinated in the fridge overnight. I baked them in the foil for exactly 2.5 hours and WHALA!! Succulent meat falling off the bone. I coated the ribs in more bbq sauce and broiled for a few minutes to brown them. They were awesome. I think the marinating in the foil and then cooking in the foil is what makes them sooooo tasty and the meat so tender. Awesome recipe.
These were great!!!!!!!! Very easy to make. Meat falls off the bone. I will make these again and again. Thanks for posting
I had ribs out and hubby didn't think he'd be home the next day to grill them so I looked for an oven recipe. I chose yours because of the minimal of ingredients. I let them sit overnight and all day, then baked them for the 2 1/2 hours. DH did come home just in time and he couldn't get enough of them. I served them with coleslaw, mac and cheese and cornbread. Thank you so much for sharing this fantastic recipe, that just falls off the bone.....so good.
Was very good. I also seared the pieces on a grill pan for just 2-3 minutes. Will make again.
I seriously had my doubts but they were so good! I made these for my husband and he loved them. It was so simple to make and that is what makes them that much better. I will be making these again. Thank you for sharing!