Recipe by Max Power
A great tender baby back rib recipe that i ripped from my brother Mac. Cook the ribs in the oven and finish off on the grill.
Directions See How It's Made
- Rinse the ribs in cold water then with the baby back rib rack facing meaty part down grip the thin membrane that covers the back side of the ribs with a paper towel and remove the membrane by pulling lengthwise from one end to the other (discard the membrane). Lightly coat both sides of the rack with BBQ sauce and place meaty side up in the center of a large piece of aluminum foil wrap. Prepare the second rack the same as the first and place meaty side up on top of the first rack. Bring the long sides of the foil up and over the ribs and fold closed. Now bring the ends up and fold over the top so the ribs are sealed in the foil. Place the foil wrapped ribs in a shallow baking pan and place in a pre-heated 300 degree oven for approximately 2.5 to 3 hours depending on how tender you want the ribs (too long and the meat falls off the bone before you get them to the BBQ). Remove the ribs from the foil wrap and BBQ (if desired) on a medium hight grill with a small amount of BBQ sauce until browned (5 minutes per side) and serve with "BBQ Sauce by MAx Power" and enjoy!