· Method: Soak ribs in apple cider vinegar for two hours. Remove from vinegar, pat dry, and coat ribs with rub evenly on all sides. Place meat-side up in a shallow baking dish, add enough water to coat the bottom of the dish, and wrap tightly with foil.
Trim 1 bone from the large end of the ribs and 2 bones from the small end to create a consistent and equal-sized rack good for smoking or grilling. 2. Use the Perfect Blend of Seasonings. Now it’s time to season the ribs with just the right blend and mixture of the perfect seasonings.
· Bake the ribs. Set the oven to 300°F. Move the ribs to an oven rack in the middle of the oven. Bake 2 1/2 to 3 hours for spareribs or 1 1/2 to 2 hours for baby back ribs. Halfway through cooking, cover the ribs with aluminum foil to protect them from drying out.
Nothing says barbeque quite like a rack of ribs covered in finger licking good barbeque sauce. If prepared correctly there is nothing better than bbq ribs. But for many people barbequing ribs can be difficult because they need to be slow cooked to bring out the flavor and taste.
· For cooking time, allow 5 to 7 hours for St. Louis Cut (SLC) Ribs or Spare Ribs, and 3 to 5 hours for Baby Back Ribs. Thicker, meatier slabs take longer. If you use rib holders so they are crammed close to each other, add another hour.
Step 1. Remove the ribs from their package and place in a microwave-safe dish large enough to hold the ribs comfortably. If the ribs are too large, cut them into smaller portions to fit into the dish. Cover the dish with a paper towel to prevent sauce …
· How long the ribs need on a charcoal grill depends on the temperature. Ideally, the grill will remain at a consistent temperature of 225 degrees Fahrenheit (107 Celsius). Keep in mind, we’re aiming for low and slow cooking here, and even at 225 degrees Fahrenheit, the ribs will still need at least five hours — maybe even six hours — to …