Three words... yum Yum YUM! We tried these last night and they were delicious. We followed the recipe to a tee except for the fact that I wasn't sure about the ground red chili pepper so I used the same amount of cayenne pepper when seasoning the ribs in the oven and then a bit of cayenne and ground jalapenos in the sauce. The two of them together gave it a bit too much of a pepper taste but that was my error. I would highly recommend this to anyone who loves tender ribs with a great sauce which keeps you wanting more. Excellent recipe Chippie!!!!!
WOW - I couldn't get enough... and this from a NON-lover of ribs!!! My family loves them and I've been searching for an easy, tasty recipe and boy is this it. First, the cooking method made the ribs absolutely fall off the bone. Second, the sauce is absolutely mop-worthy, if not drinkable! Since the ribs were very difficult to handle out of the oven without falling apart, I would highly recommend what I did: let sit for 1/2 hour. Then mop with the sauce and let sit another 1/2 hour to cool. This gives them a bit more stability to get onto the grill without falling apart so easily (and they soak up some sauce). I followed the recipe exactly, except I cut the red pepper (cayenne) in 1/2 in both parts of the recipe, since my kids don't like very spicy food. HUGE HIT with everyone!! I doubled the sauce (YUM) and can't wait to try it on chicken next. Perfect recipe - thanks SO much for sharing Chippie!!
Amazing! The sauce is better than anything I've ever bought in the store. I didn't have any tomato paste, so I subbed diced tomatoes. After it had simmered down and thickened, I blended it to a nice smooth sauce. 2.5 hours at 275F was perfect and falling off the bone tender. A few minutes on the grill to blacken the sauce was all it needed.
Very good. I've made this several times now and the sauce is amazing! I get requests to make these ribs whenever my nephew comes to visit. Thank you for sharing.
Was so good. My family loved it. Even my picky 2 year old gobbled it up. I made double amount of sauce and threw it in the crock pot with a roast and it was great to. Thanks!!!
AMAZING is the right word! I used both the sauce recipe here and my own honey garlic!! So fall off the bone delicious! Thanks again for a new way to make ribs!
Wow, took a chance and was NOT disappointed. BBQ sauce was great! I used cider vinegar and southern comfort and omitted the liquid smoke. Family and friends raved after tasting!
We decided that these were the best ribs we have ever eaten. My DH and I have over 30 years experience in the restaurant business so we know ribs. Our highest compliments, Chippie!
This was worth the sauce alone! The method for cooking ribs, which I've avoided before since it wasn't pure BBQ, was brilliant! would make this again in a hot 165 minutes. Also, just made a BBQ chicken pizza with the leftover sauce. Man, was it good. Who is this Scott Hibb and how did he get the sauce so tasty?!
I'm only rating this on the cooking method, not on the sauce. I took a shortcut and used Sweet Baby Ray's Barbeque Sauce instead. I don't eat meat, but I cook it for my family. They loved, loved, loved this. The meat was literally falling off the bones when I turned the ribs on the grill. Our dinner was filled with mmmmmmmmmmm's. My DH was still talking about the ribs the next day. I guess I will be making ribs again soon. Thanks for a great cooking method!