It was nice and cool the other day so I went ahead and cooked this barbecue ribs in the oven instead of taking out the grill. I used half a bottle of Cattlemen’s Authentic Smokehouse Barbecue Sauce for about 2 pounds of pork ribs. It’s the best I’ve tried so far. I like the hickory flavors of course and there was just a little kick to the sauce which you’ll only?notice afterwards. Nice. Spouse and I had a pleasant time laughing at each other’s barbecue moustache after lunch.
This is the easiest thing you can do with ribs and still get great results. It’s as simple as opening a bottle of your favorite barbecue sauce and marinating the meat for at least an hour in the refrigerator and then laying it out on an oven-proof dish and cover with foil. Then put it in a pre-heated 250-300F oven and leave it there for 2-3 hours, turning the meat once.
If you prefer your barbecue a bit drier, remove the foil in the last …oh say… 30 minutes in the oven. If you feel like it, add more barbecue sauce over your ribs at this point of cooking.
I served these ribs with steamed brown rice, buttered peas and corn.