Saturday, September 29, 2007

BBQ Baby Back Ribs

This is not my picture ... my ribs fall off the bone, lol.





1 rack pork baby back ribs
1 18 oz. bottle Bull's-Eye ORIGINAL bbq sauce
Foil

Cooking spray

Lay a sheet of foil (about 1 foot longer than the rack), shiny side up on the counter. Spray entire sheet with cooking spray. Squirt some bbq sauce on foil. Place rack of ribs on top of sauce, bone side down. Squirt a good 1 - 1 1/2 cups of sauce on top of the ribs and spread with a spoon until evenly coated. Lay out another sheet of foil, the same length as the first. Again, spray the entire sheet with cooking spray on the shiny side. Flip the foil upside down and place it on top of the ribs. Fold all the sides of the foil together, tightly around the ribs. (think foil dinner-style) Place the ribs (foil and all) on a cookie sheet. Bake at 400 degrees for 3 1/2 hours. Foil should not stick when you take them out (because you sprayed it REALLY good with cooking spray). Unwrap the ribs, smear with more bbq sauce and grill for 5-10 minutes ... just until the little charred areas show up on the meat. ***Grilling these is easier said than done .... they are fall off the bone good!

***I've made my own sauce before and didn't like it .... Bull's-Eye ORIGINAL is the ONLY way to go! And trust me (I've made these no less that a dozen times) no one knows it came from a bottle! lol.

***This will feed 2 people, unless your husband is a pig, no pun intended.

2 comments:

wallis104 said...

LOL Janette, I just signed up and was going to post a recipe for ribs..... LOL....

Back to the recipe boards....

janice

Janette said...

Post it!! They're all different!! Some use dry rub, etc....please, post it!