Dry Rubbed Fall-Off-The-Bone Beef Ribs in the Oven
Summer is coming, and that means more BBQs and more of the summer time foods we love! These Dry Rubbed Fall-Off-The-Bone Beef Ribs in the Oven will be sure to be a hit at your summer dinner or gathering and have everyone asking you for the recipe. So many rib recipes call for a smoker or a slow cooker, so usually I don't make them at home, I just get the pre-seasoned ones if we feel like eating ribs. But this oven prepared rib recipe would be perfect for me and any one else who doesn't have a slow cooker or smoker around.
The secrets to getting tender, juicy, "fall of the bone" ribs are differing, but there are many. This recipe seems to use the aluminum foil to keep all the moisture in while the ribs are baking in the oven. This recipe does them with a dry rub that is extremely easy to make, but then once they are cooked you can leave them like that, to you can put BBQ sauce all over them and broil them for a little bit longer for a more saucy rib. Or you could even do a bit of both!
Even though I am not a huge red meat fan, I always love ribs. Probably mostly for the sauce and spice that is used to make them honestly! They are a treat to have once in a while. And now we all have a way to cook them even though I don't have a slow cooker or smoker! Will you give these delicious fall off the bone beef ribs a try for your next BBQ? Make sure you save this recipe for future use!
The nice thing about this rib recipe is that you can make it and enjoy it anytime of year, but because it is done in the oven its great for when the weather is colder so you don't mind heating up the kitchen with the oven. You could even try having this rib recipe over the holidays for something different then the typical seasonal fare. Some of the ingredients you will need for this rib recipe include some beef ribs pre-cut or whole ribs, onion powder, garlic powder, brown sugar, oil and cumin. You will also need some salt, chili powder, smoked paprika and some of your favorite barbecue sauce. Then you will need a large baking sheet, some aluminum foil, a ziplock bag or an air tight container, a basing brush and some latex gloves.
To start the dinner recipe you will need to remove the underskin on the underside of the ribs. Then put the spices for the rub in a bowl, add some oil and mix all the ingredients together so they form a paste that's crumbly. Then apply the spice mixture to the ribs, making sure to cover each side of the ribs. You can use all of the spice mixture you have prepared. Then place the ribs after they have been covered with the spice rub into a ziplock bag or a container, and leave them in the refrigerator for approximately one to two hours so that they can marinate. Or you can leave them in the fridge overnight to prepare the rib recipe the next day.
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