Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Cooking with Missy: Melts in Your Mouth BBQ Ribs Step 2

BBQ Ribs - Simple Super Soft Ribs [Recipe 003]
I cooked/baked some very simple ribs. My mother came up with this recipe and it is very versatile. You can definitely modify it to your liking.

Simple Super Soft Ribs
There are three main steps to making these ribs:
• Boiling the ribs
• Slathering the ribs in your choice of BBQ sauce
• Baking the ribs

Get some ribs and cut off most of the fat. Lightly cover the ribs in salt, coating all the meat. Repeat with pepper and garlic powder. Once this is done, put all the ribs in a large pot and fill it with water so that all the meat is covered. Add a little bit more salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Bring the water to a boil and let it boil until the meat is soft. This make take 2 or more hours. Once the meat is soft enough, turn off the flame and let the ribs cool enough for handling. Preheat your oven to 375F.

Now, brush (more like dab since the meat can just disintigrate since it's so soft) your choice of BBQ sauce liberally all over the meat.

Arrange the BBQ coated ribs in a baking pan that can accomodate all the ribs placed side by side. Do not stack the ribs. At this point you can pour a little more BBQ sauce over the ribs. Cover the baking pan with foil completely.

Place the ribs in the oven and let them bake for about 30 minutes. At around 30 minutes check to see if the BBQ on the ribs has dried or not. If it has, brush on more BBQ sauce from the pan. Now remove the foil and turn off the oven. Let the ribs stay in the oven for 10-15 minutes allowing the BBQ sauce to dry a little. After the sauce has dried a little, you're done!


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