Father’s DAY Ribs
Use your hands rubbing spice all over the ribs, roast for 2 ½ hours, slather with sauce, then under the broiler for a few minutes and WHA-LA… The best Father’s Day Ribs ever!!!
· 2 to 2.5 lbs. of baby back ribs (or spare ribs)
· 1/3 cup brown sugar
· 2 tbsp salt
· 1 tbsp pepper
· 1 tbsp garlic granulate (or powder)
· 1 tbsp onion granulate (or powder)
· 1 tsp canola oil (or veggie oil)
· Bottle of Dad’s favorite BBQ sauce and beer
· Set oven to 300F.
· Have one long piece of tin foil to fully wrap ribs and sheet pan with sides at the ready.
· Remove ribs from packaging, cut into 3-rib sections, keep them aligned to cook as a full rack and set aside.
· Combine brown sugar, salt, pepper, garlic & onion granulate in a bowl and mix well.
· Lightly drizzle oil over ribs… do not fully cover ribs with oil since they already have a lot of fat.
· Rub spice to completely cover ribs then wrap aligned rack of ribs tightly in single layer of foil.
· Place on sheet pan so any curve in the rack makes a tunnel between ribs and pan.
· Put into oven for 2 ½ hours then remove and rest in foil for 10 minutes.
· Remove ribs from foil over pan. Be careful, hot liquid is at bottom of tin foil so discard safely.
· Return cooked unwrapped ribs to sheet pan, slather tops with BBQ sauce and place under broiler until sauce is bubbling, about 5 minutes… But check after 3 minutes then every 30 seconds so sauce doesn’t burn.
· Serve Dad plate of three “3-rib” sections, roll of paper towels, his favorite beer and wish him a Happy FATHER’S Day!!!