Prep 5 mins
Cook 6 hrs
These ribs are so simple and so tasty! I know this recipe sounds a little strange but trust me! Simply layer the ingredients as listed. No mixing involved! They come out perfect every time. Finger-licking good!
- 1360.77 g beef (family pack size) or 1360.77 g pork ribs (family pack size)
- 510.29 g bottlehickory barbecue sauce
- 396.89 g jar spaghetti sauce
- 236.59-354.88 ml brown sugar
- Line a deep roasting pan with foil.
- Place ribs in the bottom of pan.
- Pour BBQ sauce and spaghetti sauce over top.
- Sprinkle brown sugar on top of sauces. Do not mix, just leave it layered.
- Bake uncovered at 250 degrees Fahrenheit for 6 hours, or at 225 degrees Fahrenheit for 8 to 10 hours.
Absolutely scrumptious! I was a little worried about the spag. sauce and lack of other ingredients. But I was trying to get everything going in the crock pot and all the other recipies I was considering had a list of ingredients and steps a mile long so I just decided..what the heck I'll give it a try. Boy am I glad I did. As far as I'm concerned this is "the" recipe for ribs from now on. Obviously it couldn't get any easier. I did apply a dry rub of garlic granules, cumin, chili powder and montreal steak seasoning the night before as I had planned to use a different recipe. I used Kraft hickory smoked sauce, Prego (garlic, tomato, onion) and 1 c brown sugar. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. Thanks for posting!
This has to be the most interesting way of making ribs I have ever tried. I was a little skeptical but these turned out to be absolutely delicious. I used St Louis style pork ribs, but otherwise followed the directions for the 6 hour method. The sauce was incredible, and the meat was extremely tender and moist, just falling off the bones.
These were the best ribs we have ever eaten.......ANWHERE! So easy I made them last week for Sunday dinner and my husband loved them so much he brought more ribs home so I can make them again this week! THANKS again!