5 Reviews

This is my preferred method for baby backs and is nearly fool-proof. I layer sliced onions (cuz I love onions) and usually start in the oven. Sometimes I sauce them and sometimes I serve them dry, just depends on the mood. This really is a great method for tender, juicy and fall off the bones ribs.

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cvancamp April 15, 2012

I'm about to make these, for a second time in a couple of weeks, because they are so easy, tender, and delicious! I loved being able to cook them on my grill, with no boiling. Besides that, I love that the rub has no salt, as I'm trying to limit that, the best I can. Best ribs I've ever made (and eaten)! Thanks! :-P

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Belinda in Austin, TX November 15, 2009

Made these last night for dinner and we just loved them made this way, as this is how I always make mine, with just a few differences. I used a foil pan and then seasoned the ribs with Paula Deen's seasoning and then added paprika, left out the sugar. I then added water and covered the pan with foil and baked in oven for 2 hours, so I didn't use up all my propane. I then took them to the grill and basted them with "Montgomery Inn BBQ Sauce". When the ribs are cooked this way and for amount of time, the meat just falls off the bone, sooooo good!!! Thanks for sharing 2Bleu!! Made for PRMR tag.

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diner524 January 03, 2009

I made the spareribs exactly as written. The most rare of occurances happened. DH voluntarily commented on how good these spareribs were. He rarely says anything about food unless asked and he prefers ground beef over most other meats so this is really saying something. Thanks for posting this keeper.

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Dreamer in Ontario May 31, 2008

This is a fabulour recipe & technique! When I asked my happily stuffed family & guests what they'd rate them from 1-5, the answering was a very noisy TEN!!! These ribs were meaty and flavourful and fell off the bones which my family picked clean. The dogs were NOT impressed. The only change I made was to leave out the sugar. Far as I am concerned - this is the ONLY way to do ribs. Thank you SO much for sharing this! (We don't like the sweetness of most store bought bbq sauces so I used Beef Stock Mop hugely reduced in quantity.)

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Beautiful BC May 18, 2008
Baby Back Ribs (Reynold's Wrap)