I've been chasing tender, fall-off-the-bone BBQ ribs for a while. I finally decided to try something other than the BBQ so I found an oven recipe. My wife didn't want to try these, so I was only cooking half a rack, about 1.2 pounds. So I adjusted the recipe ingredients accordingly and these turned out very very good. I added a tbsp of liquid smoke and some Tapatio hot sauce, but otherwise followed the recipe. I baked them in a small glass casserole and they ended up about 3/4 submerged in the sauce. I also covered them with foil for the first hour and a half, but then they were done by two hours of baking. I guess you give up the "bark" by braising in the oven. The flavor was really great. My wife was jealous, she just cooked her half straight over high heat with season all, she's a picky eater and rarely ventures off. Anyway, great recipe. Next I want to try a slow cooker method, then experiment with incorporating time on the BBQ to get that true BBQ experience. I will make this again no question.
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I've been chasing tender, fall-off-the-bone BBQ ribs for a while. I finally decided to try...