I bought 1-1/2 racks of baby backs and decided to try this recipe using Cathy M's (reviewer) rub recipe. I let the rub sit over night and then the next am decided that I needed another rack of ribs for my crowd, so I got another rack which had rub on only about 6 hrs before putting them all in the over ... point i'm getting to is, there was NO difference between the ribs that sat overnight and the ribs that sat for only the 6 hrs w/the rub. I cooked them in the foil (no BBQ sauce yet) for 2 hrs and then took them out and SEPARATED the ribs so that when I sauced them I could put the sauce all over the ribs, not just the top. I used Sweet Baby Ray's Sweet & Spicy sauce, sauced each rib good, and broiled them for just a few minutes. These were the BEST ribs ever and I will SO use this recipe again. One thing is, I tried a rib before I saucued them and the rub is REALLY spicy ... the Sweet Baby Rays added a sweetness which was very welcome. GREAT!
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I bought 1-1/2 racks of baby backs and decided to try this recipe using Cathy M's (reviewer)...