Fall Off the Bone Pork BBQ Spare Ribs
While some people cook ribs directly on the grill for long hours, my favorite method of cooking spare ribs is boiling and baking. I love how the meat separates from the bone and the tenderness and juiciness is so delightful.
If the meat is frozen, make sure to thaw it completely. One time, I cooked ribs without thawing it properly and during mealtime, I was disappointed because some parts of the meat were still hard. What a waste of spare ribs, isn’t it?
After you take out the ribs from the oven, you can apply more of the barbecue sauce for a more tasteful and enjoyable meal.
Tender and sweet barbecue pork ribs.
- 5 lb pork rib rack
- 1 bottle, 18 oz. sweet baby ray's honey barbecue sauce
- salt & pepper
Pour water into a large stockpot. Add salt and pepper. Boil over a medium-high heat.
Immerse ribs. Reduce heat to medium. Boil for 1 1/2 hours or until meat separates from the bones.
Remove from heat. Drain.
Transfer meat to a large plate. Pour barbecue sauce over the meat and apply it to every rib.
Transfer the ribs to a baking pan and bake in a preheated oven ( 350°F ) for 30 minutes.
Take out the baking pan. Apply another top coat of barbecue sauce over the ribs. Let it stand for 3-5 minutes.
Serve with vegetables or with your favorite accompaniment.