If you’re like me, every now and again you just need a good rib. I have stumbled upon the best recipe to satisfy my cravings.
What you’ll need:
1 rack baby back ribs
Start by combining all the dry ingredients (if you’re new here, I never measure, so just pour and pray!)
Next rub both sides of the ribs with the dry rub and wrap in 2 layers of aluminum foil.
Then set foil pack in a back dish or pan and put in a 300 degree oven for 1 hour 15 minutes.
Finally, check the ribs to make sure they are done, remove foil and turn oven up to broil (500 degrees)
Broil ribs for around ten to fifteen minutes so that the outside of the ribs caramelize and get crispy.
Published by Webster
Ashley Simpson is a per-course American history instructor at Missouri State University, Ozarks Technical Community College, and Drury University, in Springfield, Missouri. Simpson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Drury University and a Master of arts degree in U.S. and world history from Missouri State University. Simpson was recognized as Drury University's 2018 winner of the Drury Award for best original research project in undergraduate history, and Greene County Historical Society's 2018 and 2019 recipient of the GCHS Research Fellowship. She plans to continue to pursue her doctoral degree in American history with specialties in medical history at the University of Missouri, Columbia. She is a mother to five beautiful children with a passion for travel, archival research, and writing.
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