By Kelly M. on June 03, 2004
Photo by QueenJellyBean
Photo by QueenJellyBean
"Old Bay with ribs you say? YES! Old Bay seasoning is not just for seafood. This recipe includes a great rub using Old Bay Seasoning. Easy to prepare and fast, especially if you boil the ribs in advance. Barbecue time is only 20 minutes! GASP!-Yes I said boil. I know many say boiling boils out all the flavor, but these ribs are as tasty as can be. Cook time does not include standing time of 20 minutes to 24 hours. These can be finished either on the grill or in the oven."
Serving Size: 1 (10746 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I have made this twice now and it gets better each attempt. I used 1/2 beer and 1/2 water to boil them. Used country style ribs this last time and they were fantastic. Will be using this recipe when camping this summer!"
"I think this is an awesome recipe! We have made it before and just forgot to rate it. Hardly a word was spoken at dinner---just MMmmm and some licking of fingers! It is a fast way to have ribs during the week. Thanks for the great recipe."
"These were great! I followed the recipe for the oven - it was too cold out to grill. The only thing I will do different next time is let them simmer longer so they are more tender. My fussy husband loved them and I did, too. Thanks!"
"This were fabulous! We are always in the market for a good rib recipe and this one is wonderful! We loved this! We finished in the oven because the wind was bad...can't wait to finish these on the grill when the weather is better. My late father in law made wonderful ribs and these rivaled his! I had to come back and add to my review. We use this rub recipe for ribs in our smoker. We always get RAVE reviews!!!! Thank you so much for this recipe!!!"
"These ribs are amazing. I deviated from the recipe a bit - by only boiling for 15 minutes, and then combining 1 tsp onion powder & 1 tsp garlic powder in a double back of the rub. Then cooked them for 2 1/2 hours in foil and finished them on the grill. They were excellent. I brought them to a family cookout and my husband said that his friend told him that they should be served in a restaurant. Everyone enjoyed them."
"Great recipe! Such minimal ingredients but packs a ton of flavor! will do again and again. Thanks for posting!"
"We've used this recipe countless times for family gatherings but I've never gotten around to rating it. We've found however that the ribs are far more tender the longer you boil them. The rub has an amazing flavor and we usually mix the leftovers in with the BBQ sauce for an extra kick. THANKS KELLY!!!"
"These were GREAT! My husband was in the kitchen during the boiling process drooling. I have never made ribs before but he gave this 5 stars and proceeded to eat all of them."
"This recipe made me a star for a family dinner last week this has got to be the best ribs I ever ate. Make extra for left overs like barbeque pork sandwiches for lunch yummmm."