Fall-Off-The-Bone Ribs - Baby Back Bbq Ribs - Oven or Grill
Easy Baby Back Ribs Recipe
There are usually two phases of making baby back ribs. The first is a long slow braise (cooking in a little liquid) to dissolve all the connective tissue in the ribs. Otherwise, they would be very tough. This can be accomplished in the oven or crockpot, but in the heat of the summer, you can keep the whole process outside. The second part is the grilling, which is relatively quick.
- Sprinkle the ribs with salt, pepper, garlic powder, and chili powder.
- Pat the spices in and put ribs in the refrigerator for at least an hour.
- Wrap the ribs loosely in heavy-duty foil, but seal the sides. (If you are using the slow cooker/crockpot, skip this step.) Pour the white wine into the packet (or crockpot). Seal the top of the ribs.
- Put the ribs in a covered grill with low heat (either charcoal or gas) or on a baking sheet in the oven for two and a half hours at 250F or one and a half hours at 350F. In the crockpot, cook for 8 hours on low. Every 45 to 60 minutes, add liquid if necessary (it probably won't be, but the amount of juice in the ribs does vary), and turn the ribs over.
- Open the foil and brush the ribs with sugar-free BBQ sauce. Grill on medium to medium-high heat for 10 minutes on each side. Serve with sauce to dunk ribs in.
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