Ribs That Fall off the Bone! Easy Clean up Too:)

"Pork Ribs with BBQ sauce, veggies that literally fall off the bone, made in an oven cooking bag :) I comprised this recipe, experimenting. Usually to get moist, tender ribs you have to marinate and /or boil first time consuming. A messy clean up too! My recipe is simple, easy, and very little clean up."
photo by Heather H. photo by Heather H.
photo by Heather H.
photo by Heather H. photo by Heather H.
Ready In:
2hrs 20mins




  • Wash and dry ribs well.
  • Place in a turkey or large oven cooking bag.
  • Place ribs in roasting pan or large baking dish.
  • In a large bowl mix BBQ sauce ,hot sauce, onions, garlic, peppers, tomatoes, tomato paste, honey or pancake syrup, and mustard.
  • Mix with a whisk,until well combined .
  • Pour over ribs ,covering well.
  • Puncture oven cooking bag with six holes on top. Allows to expand without exploding.
  • Place in a pre-heated 350°F oven for 2 1/2 hours.
  • Remove from oven left stand for at least 10 minutes.
  • Cut bag open carefully,be careful steam can burn.
  • If you would like to thicken sauce pour into a saucepan and simmer on medium heat until thickened.
  • ENJOY!

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  1. Absolutely LOVE this recipe and so does the whole family! It was on a wishful thought that I found this recipe. One late afternoon my hubby was hankering for some BBQ ribs and what I had was frozen. In the past I've always done the whole boil, smoke, grill/bake long drawn out process. It wasn't long after Thanksgiving and I had done my turkey in a cooking bag. The thought came to me that perhaps there was a recipe where you could do the same with ribs and "Ta-Da" I found this one! Who knew doing ribs could be so easy AND delicious! Has become a family favorite! A couple adjustments I've added : I like to use both a Tbsp of Honey & Real Maple Syrup, a splash of Liquid Smoke & about a 1/4 cup of bourbon. Then I start my oven on convection mode and bake the 1st hr, then turn to regular bake setting and bake for the 2nd hr and then turn the oven off for the last 1/2 hr leaving the ribs in the oven till I have all side dishes ready to serve. They turn out perfect every time!
    • Review photo by Heather H.
  2. Awesome!


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