Review: I've basically never had a grill until recently when I moved in with my boyfriend and he has one. So I've had to learn how to cook everything without a grill. Now that I have this amazing fall off the bone recipe, I don't know that I'm even capable of having grilled ribs now!
2 racks - Uncooked Ribs (I'm personally a St Louis gal, but if you like baby back have at it!)
1/2c - Brown Sugar
1-1/2tsp - Paprika
1tbs - Kosher Salt
1-1/2tbs - Pepper
1/2tsp - Cayenne Pepper
1/2tsp - Garlic Powder
1/2tsp - Onion Powder
1 - Bottle BBQ Sauce (Sweet Baby Rays Original is my favorite right now)
OPT - 1-2tbs - Liquid Smoke
1. Dry the racks with a paper towel, cut a slice down the back membrane and peal the membrane off. If you need more help with this there are a bunch of articles on Google about why/how to peal the membrane. It really helped me if I used a paper towel to grip the membrane and slowly peal it off.
2. Mix dry rub seasonings in a bowl and rub into both sides of ribs. Tightly wrap ribs in tin foil. (ChewOutLoud recommends refrigerating with the dry rub over night, I've never had the patience to try this, and the ribs come out amazing regardless)
3. Preheat oven to 350°F and bake foil wrapped ribs for 2 hours.
4. Remove ribs, let cool enough to handle. Remove from foil, discard juices, and lather both sides with BBQ sauce mixed with liquid smoke if desired. Broil for 5 minutes or until tops are nicely browned. Watch carefully.
BBQ Baked Ribs