If you were to ask me my favorite food, I would say ribs without any hesitation. I love how easy these ribs were to make and I didn’t even have to heat up the grill.
They were so juicy and tender. I was surprised at how juicy they were, even being baked in the oven.
how to make easy oven baked bbq ribs
Step 1: Place ribs in a large pot and fill with water until ribs are completely covered. You may need to cut the ribs into smaller sections to fit into the pot.
Step 2: Add garlic powder, pepper and salt to pot and bring to a boil.
Step 3: Boil for 40 minutes, or until ribs are tender.
Step 4: Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
Step 5: Remove ribs from pot and place in a 9×13-inch baking dish.
Step 6: Brush BBQ sauce over ribs.
Step 7: Cover dish with foil and bake for 1 hour, or until internal temperature of pork has reached 160 degrees F.
Step 8: Brush on additional BBQ sauce before serving, if desired.
what should I serve with this recipe?
I love ribs. I don’t even need a side dish with them because I could just get full on ribs. But, here are a few of our favorite bbq sides that go perfect with ribs.
I love a good sweet potato. You have to try our Twice Baked Sweet Potato. It has a delicious sweet taste to it, that pairs perfectly with the bbq ribs.
I am a sucker for a good fruity salad, especially if it contains whipped cream and pineapple. If you have never tried Acini De Peppe Salad before (we call it frog-eye salad, but the older I get the more uncomfortable that name makes me), you need to try it.
I also love a good macaroni salad. But you haven’t tries a mac salad until you try a bbq mac salad. My mom’s recipe is our favorite. Click here, to get the recipe to our mom’s BBQ Macaroni Salad.
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