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Here’s a question that was asked by user MW:
“Do you have a good recipie for ribs that doesn’t take all day?”
Yar, of course me matey! Here be me favorite recipe…
Preheat oven to 350 Degrees. Prepare dry rub.
Lots o’ Brown Sugar
Spices to taste:
Onion Powder (or finely diced onions)
Garlic Powder (or finely diced garlic)
Rinse ribs in cold water and pat dry. Apply dry rub; really mash it in
there. I like to apply two coatings.
Fill a 3″ deep pan with about 1/4″ of water (depending on how many ribs
you want to make, you may need a few pans. Each rack of ribs will
usually fit in a 13″ x 9″ pan). Place a layer of tinfoil over the water,
but leave space for steam to escape. Place ribs on said foil then cover
the whole thing with tightly with tinfoil.
Bake for 1:30 – 1:45 ribs will be done when you can easily insert a
tooth pick into the meat and the meat has started to recede from the bone.
Apply your favorite BBQ sauce and finish on the grill for 15-20 minutes,
turning every few minutes.
Even the crustiest scalawag will enjoy this tasty grub.