By MommyMakes on March 23, 2006
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"You won't believe how easy it is to make restaurant style ribs at home. People are always so impressed when we make these and they are too easy! The rub paste I just throw together till it smells "right", please adjust to your individual tastes or use your favorite rub (also very good with just salt and pepper). We make as many as 8 racks at time so increase as desired."
Serving Size: 1 (570 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Oh my. These were wonderful. I had made them once before, but the grill operator burned them to a crisp. This time, we cooked them as directed in the oven and then put them in the smoker for an hour. They were incredible. MommyMakes, thank you for this recipe!!"
"Excellent ribs! DH has taken to eating his ribs with the dry rub only and I like them with a light baste of BBQ sauce. This recipe worked for both of us. I did cut back on the heat and was told in no uncertain terms, to make this recipe as written next time. These are already on the menu for next week. Thank you for sharing MommyMakes."
"Super simple, super yummy! I don't usually like ribs but I LOVE these. They are just the right combination of spice, fall off the bone tender and crunchy on the outside. The only thing I omitted was the Jalepeno salt.... just didn't have any on hand. Thanks for this great recipe!"
"This recipe was fantastic!"
"WOW!!! What a great and easy recipe...My DH and I have never been able to cook ribs like the pros,but now we can!!Thanks for a wonderful melt in your mouth rib recipe.Followed it to the tee and ribs were great.My 13 yr.old son only eats Damon's ribs in Myrtle Beach SC and he said these were the BOMB(AWESOME)Thanks again!"
"This recipe was awsome! I have a smoker and this is by far better than any ribs I have ever made before! They were so tender and juicy. We had to eat them with a fork. Followed the recipe just as directed except I didn't have lime juice or tabasco sauce. I used lemon juice instead and skipped the tabasco sauce. They stuck to the grill a little. Next time I will oil it better. My husband wants me to make these again tonight! The nice thing about this recipe is that when we have a lot of people over, we can leave some in their pouches until we need them. They hold very well. I think the next time I make these I will experiment by substituting liquid smoke for the Worcestershire sauce. Very easy. Bravo to the chef of this recipe!"
"Thank you for this recipe! I wanted to make ribs but have been scared. This recipe was so easy! I followed the recipe for cooking to a T and they were PERFECT!!! My guests tell me they judge all ribs by these now and none compare. I did use a different rub recipe I will have to post! Thanks again for making this so easy!"
"Very Excellent!! My husband and I were at the store, and we came across pork ribs on super sale... so we decided to buy them for dinner. I have NEVER made ribs. I found this recipe... I didn't have some of the rub ingredients, but it worked out great. They were SOOOO good :o) My husband was like "you should have started cooking these 5 years ago""
"Being not a big fan of ribs, I finally made them for my husband after much presistance. I have to say, these were so tender and delicious I have since given the recipe to numerous friends and have made them several times since. My husband said that they were the best he has ever had! My husband thanks you for this recipe!!"
"This is very close to my standard recipe, though mine is a uses a dry rub. I tried it your way and made my rub into a paste with lime juice and Worchestershire. They were even better than before, which was already pretty darn fantastic. Thanks a bunch."
"What I could taste of these was really good. The problem was that my fiance burnt them. He was using my parent's BBQ and he wasn't used to it. Everything up to the cooking of them was prefect though. I love how clear your instructions are. I will use this recipe next time I make ribs... but only on our BBQ! :)"