My favorite thing about this recipe is that it takes only 6 ingredients (and two of those ingredients include salt and pepper). When I decided to make ribs for the first time, I thought it would be a complicated ordeal to get them to come out tender and flavorful. But to my pleasant surprise, it was rather simple!
I learned that you really don’t need to over do it when it comes to making ribs. A few spices here and there and topping it off with BBQ sauce is more than enough. The most important part is making sure you bake them properly so that they come out juicy and tender. The secret to ensuring this happens? Water and foil.
For those interested, I included a link below to the deep baking dishes I always use! This set comes with two sizes. For this recipe, I used the 9 x 13 inch dish.
"Bone-in" ribs are great and all, but picture being able to eat juicy ribs dripping in barbecue sauce without ever having to get your hands dirty? ;) That's the beauty of boneless ribs! You can eat them with a knife and fork if you really want to. So go ahead and read the full recipe below for more details!
PRODUCTS USED TO MAKE THIS MEAL HAPPEN:
* Pyrex Glass Baking Dish
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My name is Renee McGinley and I'm a self-taught cook, constantly learning as I go. Please check out my About Me page for more on my recipe motto and cooking style.