Dad's Oven Baked Ribs

Dad's Oven Baked Ribs created by Petite Mommy

These are the ribs that my Dad has cooked for years. My friends used to make sure they came around whenever they heard that he was going to be baking some and as a result he usually made several batches at a time. I recently ran into some old buddies and they asked for the recipe so I thought I would post it here. These ribs are messy, sticky and the meat falls off the bone. I wouldn't want them any other way.

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  • Cut 4 lbs of pork back ribs into serving size pieces.
  • Simmer the ribs, covered, in enough water to cover for about 1 hour or until nearly tender.
  • About 10-20 minutes or so before the ribs are done simmering melt the butter in a sauce pan; add crushed garlic and cook 4 to 5 minutes.
  • Add the rest of the ingredients to the sauce pan and bring to boiling.
  • Drain ribs and place in a shallow baking pan.
  • Pour boiling sauce over the ribs.
  • Bake at 350 F degrees for 20 minutes, basting often with the sauce.
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"These are the ribs that my Dad has cooked for years. My friends used to make sure they came around whenever they heard that he was going to be baking some and as a result he usually made several batches at a time. I recently ran into some old buddies and they asked for the recipe so I thought I would post it here. These ribs are messy, sticky and the meat falls off the bone. I wouldn't want them any other way."
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  1. jubbaruba
    Simple, and good. Works well everytime. Thanks1
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  2. KiwiCoconut
    Used pork slices and didn't have celery seeds, but otherwise stayed true to the recipe. Delish! The family loved these. Easy, simple recipe. Thank you for posting!
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  3. purplehoney71
    I've made a recipe almost like this one for years. I use 2 tablespoons of brown sugar and omit the garlic, one teaspoon of celery seeds instead of a tablespoon. I have also found that doubling the sauce helps alot!!
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  4. Petite Mommy
    Dad's Oven Baked Ribs Created by Petite Mommy
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    Dad's Oven Baked Ribs Created by Petite Mommy
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