"Mouthwatering Oven-Baked Beef Ribs: A Deliciously Tender Dish"
Discover the recipe for my beloved Oven Baked Beef Ribs -sure to be a favorite of your kin too. I will walk you through the cooking process in just a few simple steps, using only three essential ingredients: beef ribs, BBQ seasoning, and BBQ sauce. The final product is a glorious mix of sweet and sticky flavors, with tender and juicy meat.
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If you seek the Recipe Ingredients and Instructions, they can be located in the recipe card at the bottom of the post. Furthermore, crucial tips and tricks can be found within the blog post.
The oven-baked beef ribs need minimal prep, guaranteeing a hassle-free experience. By letting the oven do the bulk of the work, you can sit back and relax.
The best way to cook beef ribs is to use the low and slow method in the oven. Remove the membrane from the back of the ribs, season them with a generous helping of BBQ seasoning, and place them in the oven for three hours. Once done, apply a quick glaze of your favorite BBQ sauce, before putting them under the broiler for five more minutes to caramelize the edges and achieve that crispy texture.
If you're a lover of ribs, may I suggest trying my delectable Braised Beef Short Ribs or my succulent BBQ Air Fryer Pork Ribs.
Here are the ingredients you will require to create the perfect BBQ beef ribs:
- - 6 pounds of beef ribs to serve 8
- - Any brand of BBQ seasoning, or try making your own Homemade BBQ seasoning
- - Any variety of BBQ sauce, or my homemade BBQ sauce.
- Here's how to cook beef ribs in the oven:
- Preheat the oven to 275 degrees Fahrenheit (135C).
Remove the membrane from the back of the ribs. Season both sides of the ribs with bbq seasoning.
Place the ribs in a large baking dish or roasting pan and cover the pan with foil.
Bake for 2 hours and 45 minutes to 3 hours, or until the meat is tender.
Firstly, take out the ribs from the oven, unveil them then coat the ribs with your preferred bbq sauce.
Subsequently, elevate the temperature to broil.
Put back the ribs into the oven and broil for 4-5 minutes. This allows the sauce to caramelize, and the edges get crispy.
Once done, extract the ribs from the oven and let them cool a while then slice and serve.
Expert RecommendationsThese helpful tips will guide you in creating the ideal oven-baked beef ribs you’ve ever attempted.
For extra flavor, ensure that the ribs are seasoned appropriately by rubbing the bbq seasoning all over the ribs, from front to back. In the same light, the recipe can be doubled to cater to a larger menu as the cooking time remains constant. The most tender ribs will only result when the internal temperature of the ribs is 190 degrees Fahrenheit to 200 degrees Fahrenheit after baking and before broiling. Using a quick-read thermometer will help to check the internal temperature of the ribs conveniently.
Wait for the ribs to cool for a short while preceding the serving process. This is to avoid any burns from the molten hot bbq sauce!
Flavor VariationsAlthough bbq seasoning is used in this recipe, feel free to utilize any dry rub spice blend to season the beef ribs. Try using various sorts of bbq sauces - for instance, for a smokier feel, utilize chipotle bbq sauce or try the jerk bbq sauce for that Caribbean punch. If you prefer a bit of chili heat, append some red pepper flakes or chili powder to the bbq seasoning, or mix some of your favorite hot sauce with the bbq sauce. Give it an Asian touch by swapping the bbq sauce with hoisin or plum sauce.
Tasty Accompaniments to Beef Ribs in BBQ SauceThese ribs go excellently with vegetable side dishes. Check out my recipes for Air Fryer Baked Sweet Potato with Hot Honey Butter, Sweet Potato Wedges, French Fries, and Cheddar and Sour Cream Corn on the Cob.
Are beef ribs supposed to fall off the bone?This ultimately depends on preference - some desire their beef ribs extremely tender, while others prefer a bit of chew. I prefer my beef ribs to be moist, tender, and easy to slide off the bone.
Preparing Fall-off-the-Bone Ribs
Cooking Method: For those who prefer tender, fall-off-the-bone ribs that melt in your mouth, baking them in the oven is a great option. Simply wrap them up tightly in foil and bake them for a longer time.
Storing the Ribs
Refrigerating: Store the leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to three days. When you're ready to indulge, pop the ribs into a hot oven to warm them through.
Freezing: Once cooked and cooled, place the ribs in an airtight container and store them in the freezer for up to three months. Before eating, defrost the ribs in the fridge and reheat them in a warm oven until piping hot.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Remove the Membrane? It's advisable to remove the thin layer of silver skin or membrane from beef ribs to make them more tender and easier to eat. Removing it also enables smoke and seasoning to penetrate the meat more evenly, resulting in a more flavorful dish.
Cooking Time for Ribs in the Oven: To achieve the best results, slow-cook the ribs at a low temperature for 2 hours 45 minutes to 3 hours at 275 degrees Fahrenheit (135C).
Beef Ribs versus Beef Short Ribs: Back ribs are cut from the upper part of the cow's back, with meat between the bones. Beef short ribs, on the other hand, are cut from the lower part of the rib cage underneath the back ribs, with the meat covering the bone.
Should Beef Ribs be Covered with Foil While Baking? Yes, covering the beef ribs with foil while baking helps keep the meat moist and tender by trapping in steam and preventing it from drying out.
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Looking for a go-to recipe for a mouthwatering meal? Look no further than my scrumptious oven baked beef ribs recipe! I'll walk you through the steps to cook beef ribs perfectly every time with just a few simple ingredients: beef ribs, bbq seasoning, and bbq sauce. The end result? Sticky-sweet and delectable BBQ beef ribs that will melt in your mouth!
To start, preheat your oven to 275 degrees Fahrenheit (135C). Then, remove the membrane from the back of the ribs and season both sides with your trusty bbq seasoning. Place the ribs in a roasting pan or large baking dish, cover with foil, and pop them into the oven for 2 hours and 45 minutes to 3 hours (or until the meat is tender).
When the time is up, remove the foil and brush your favorite bbq sauce generously over the ribs. Now, turn up the heat and broil the ribs for 4-5 minutes until the sauce has caramelized and the edges are crispy. Voila! Mouthwatering BBQ beef ribs that will impress even the pickiest eaters.
Note: Remember to check the internal temperature of your ribs with a thermometer to ensure they reach 190F to 200F after baking and before broiling for ultimate tenderness.
This is one recipe you'll want to keep in your culinary arsenal. Trust me, the delicious results are worth every step! And with just 511kcal per serving, you can enjoy this indulgent meal guilt-free.
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