Marie's I Want More Ribs!!
By Marie Ward Emarie
Dang...these are the best ribs you will ever want! Yum, Yum, Yummy! Had to make a double batch so my son and friends could take some home. Sweet corn bread and down home baked beans make this the best summer time meal you could ever want to eat!
What a simple and delicious recipe! The Kitchen Crew and I particularly liked the sweetness of the rub - paired with a spicy barbecue sauce it's simply scrumptious. We prepared these totally in the oven, but I can't wait to try them on the grill too!
Apply rub to ribs on all sides.
Lay two layers of foil on top of ribs and roll and crimp edges tightly, edges facing up to seal.
Remove from oven.
Cut ribs into serving sized portions of 2 or 3 ribs.
Arrange on broiler pan, bony side up.
Brush on sauce.
Turn ribs over.
Repeat on other side.
About this Recipe
Mary Nelson mediumrare - Jul 20, 2010
Hi Marie:) I just joined the group/club and this is the first recipe I clicked on to check out:) It sounds fabulous! I will be trying this one soon:) Tomorrows my birthday...maybe I should have my hubby makes these for my birthday dinner:) Yummo!
Marie Ward Emarie - Jul 20, 2010
Mary this is a recipe you will love! You can add more crushed red pepper if you like it hotter. Use a tablespoon each of smokehouse maple and mesquite (grill mates, mccormick) instead of a teaspoon for more flavor. So good!
karla manuel kjeanmanuel - Jul 21, 2010
have you ever cooked this recipe on the grill(smoked)
Marie Ward Emarie - Jul 22, 2010
Haven't! I don't think you need too. The seasonings really give it a good flavor and if you want a more smoke flavor use a sauce with smoke in it or use liquid smoke. You do put them on the grill when you put the sauce on. Try it though! you never know it might taste even better! Enjoy!
karla manuel kjeanmanuel - Jul 22, 2010
thanks, i will..