Grilled ribs are still the best, but when there is torrential rain, you need an alternative. These turned out really tender, juicy and fall off the bone. The second time I made them, I thinned the bbq sauce and dipped the ribs in to coat more evenly, and then poured over the remainder. What is particularly great is that this requires very little hands-on time, a plus on a busy day. I used a baking pan with foil cover, worked just fine.
A fantastic way to get tender, "fall off the bone" ribs in the oven. I used this recipe more for the cooking method as I already had my ribs rubbed from Costco and ready to go. I did not use the beer because I did not want to dilute the rub. I used my new PC Deep Dish Baker, and was able to fit two racks of ribs by cutting them into sections of 3 ribs each. After draining out the fat, I layered the ribs back in the baker, coating each layer with a generous amount of the BBQ sauce. DH went nuts over them!
I made this recipe a while ago, actually forgot to rate and review. I have "definitely do not make again". I can't complain about the preparation and cook time, but the flavor was a definitely no, no (for us anyway).
So easy and so tasty. The beer really leaves the ribs tender & Moist. I used Diane original BBQ sauce. We really enjoyed the end result
This was easy to do and tasted yummy. I used Bobbie-Q Sauce (Barbecue Sauce) mixed with some bottled sauces for the sauce.
This is a great recipe! My family loved it. The only change that I made was to add a bit of brown sugar and bbq sauce to the beer before hand, just a cup or so to give it some flavor. Thanks for posting!
These were very easy to make. They were very tender and flavorful. Thanks for posting!
This recipe is a real keeper. So simple and absolutely delicious. Thank you for sharing it.
This was my first attempt at making bbq ribs and they turned out finger-lickin good! Thanks for an easy and delicious recipe!