By Acadia* on July 23, 2008
Photo by Acadia*
Photo by Acadia*
"I have been preparing baby back pork ribs this way for a long time (29 years) and they always get great reviews. I have been doing it so long, I can't remember where it originated. You can use your favorite BBQ sauce on them, but I like Jack Daniels Honey Smokehouse."
Serving Size: 1 (872 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Bloody brilliant!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!!"
"Great ribs! They weren't permeated with the wonderful smokey flavor from cooking all day on the grill, but these are a great "quick fix". I soaked hickory chips for 24 hours before starting my fire, so that they would have a little bit of authentic smokey taste. I made half with mustard based sauce, and half with regular red barbecue sauce. I think I preferred the mustard sauce, but only because the red sauce seemed to burn a bit on the grill. I will definitely make these again, because they are so quick and easy to do. And sometimes you only have a few hours to do your ribs! Thanks for sharing a recipe that I'll make again and again! Made for Potluck tag."
"Tender, juicy ribs."
"Great new way to cook my ribs!"
"There's are great ribs. Both my teenagers loved them. I followed the recipe exactly and used a honey garlic BBQ sauce. Moist and delicious! Thanks for sharing!"
"This is a terrific way to cook ribs! I never knew about taking the membrane off; it was pretty easy to do and made a big difference in the quality of the cooked ribs. I used a sweet/spicy bbq sauce and the ribs grilled up perfectly - thanks for sharing your recipe!"
"Absolutely delicious! I made them as posted, except I cut the recipe in half. I used Stubbs spicy BBQ sauce. This was quick and easy to prepare. I also cut them down to 3-4 ribs per portion. They were falling off the bone good. Thanks for posting. :)"
"I just love falling off the bone BBQ baby back ribs and these were no exception!!! I did do it a little it differently, I too always take off the membrane as it helps for the meat falling off the bones and then a used a 9' X 13" pan and filled with 1/2 inch water, added the ribs uncut and then sprinkled with house seasoning (salt, pepper and garlic powder) and then covered the pan with foil. Then I baked them in the oven at 375 degrees for two hours. Then back to your method of covering them in sauce, I used Montgomery Inn BBQ Sauce, and then finished cooking them on the grill. I ate way tooooo much, but absolutely delicious!! Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for Potluck Tag."