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Juicy Oven Baked Ribs

Hello good people, ever had ribs so good they made you want to cry?

Well I have the perfect recipe for you.

Alright boys and girls lets get to cooking.

Until I tried this recipe I had never understood exactly what slow cooking does for meat. It makes it so tender and juicy you won’t believe it. I always make quick and easy meals that don’t are not much hustle. City market is where I got my ribs, they have great prices for such fresh produce.


First things first. When you  get baby back ribs, take off the membrane.

This is because you do not need it for this recipe. Simply slide a knife on the back membrane and cut it out.

What do you need?

1 tablespoon  of salt

1 teaspoon of pepper

Baby back ribs



Pre-heat the oven at 130 degrees.

Set the times to 3 hours.

Wrap the ribs in baking foil .

The most important thing to do is NOTHING. LET THE RIBS BE !

After it’s been in the oven for 2 hours you can start on that delicious barbecue sauce, so much better than buying it from the store.

What do you need?

1 tablespoon olive oil
1/4 cup finely diced red onion
1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
1/2 cup ketchup
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
Salt and ground pepper to season

How will we be using this sauce?

Heat up the spoon of olive oil, not too hot.

Drop in the onions and stir till translucent.

Add the cumin and stir.

Add the ketchup, apple cider vinegar and brown sugar and stir until it has mixed properly.

At this point the ribs are good to go, open up the foil after the three hours and slather the sauce with the basting brush before pushing them back into the oven for ten minutes on each side. Let the sauce become one with the ribs.

Tender and succulent. Serve them while hot – the knife will go right through them . This one is one for the books. As I said, you really don’t need much for this savoury dish. Comment below and tell me how you make your ribs. I can’t wait to see your dishes!

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