3 Reviews

This recipe made tender and very tasty ribs. I used baby back beef ribs. Since it is January, I altered the cooking method slightly by cooking entirely in the oven. For the first roasting, I placed the ribs on a rack over a baking sheet with water in it and cooked uncovered. The second roasting I added water and covered with aluminum foil. When they were done, I removed the foil, brushed with the BBQ sauce (delicious) and turned the oven off until serving. Then I brushed them again.

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threeovens January 06, 2010

By far the best rib recipe I've tried! I followed the instructions as stated, using both a gas grill and the oven, and these came out way better than I expected! Juicy, tender, spicy, sweet, just the right combination! The sauce is fabulous as well! you will not be disappointed in these ribs if you follow the instructions as stated!

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Experimental_Cook June 18, 2012

I enjoyed the recipe (I like spicy) but it was too spicy for my hubby and kids and I even used less cayenne than the recipe called for. I need to find a sweeter rub and sauce.

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Danny's Diner December 26, 2013
Chicago Ribs (America's Test Kitchen)