Thursday, June 2, 2011

June 2, 2011: Slow Cooked Barbecue Ribs Recipe

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Some years ago I found out the secret to the absolute best way to make tender pork ribs. It’s a secret my friend, Jeana, shared with me after she’d watched a cooking show on TV. She isn’t particularly fond of barbecue sauce so this recipe was perfect for her tastes. I’m going to share it with you now so you, too, can easily and effortlessly make these yummy ribs.

Slowed Cooked Barbecue Pork Ribs

3 – 4 pound rack of spareribs
Spice Rub*
Turkey roasting bag

That’s it! Simply rub the spareribs with your choice of spices. Place the rack of ribs underneath the broiler for a minute or so on each side, just until slightly browned (so it retains its juices). Remove from broiler and place inside a turkey roasting bag. Cut a couple small slits in the top of the bag and fasten closed. Cook in a slow (225 degrees) oven for 4 to 5 hours, until falling-off-the-bone tender. Remove the ribs from the roasting bag and place on barbecue grill over medium heat. Grill on each side just until crispy. Serve with barbecue sauce.

* I make a spice rub out of chili powder, garlic salt, sage, black pepper, cumin, paprika, cayenne pepper and a pinch of cinnamon but feel free to use any commercially prepared seasoning mix of your choosing.

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