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BBQ Country Style Ribs

What do you do when the whole state is under a burn ban and you were planning on smoking ribs or at least grilling them?  The only option you have, moving them inside to the oven!

This happened to us this past weekend, we had a change of plans which turned out to be a good change!

I recently purchased bone-in country style ribs at our local grocery store.  I love boneless country style ribs and my husband loves them with the bone, so it was his lucky day because bone-in ribs were on sale.

This is very simple method of cooking these.

Preheat oven to 400*.

Cover the ribs with Lawhorn’s Seasoning Blend or Seasoned Salt, I’m really loving my Lawhorn’s though!  The amounts to use will vary based on the amount of meat you have, but I made sure the top of each rib was covered.  Then, I poured on the BBQ sauce, I used 1/2 a bottle of sauce, being sure all the ribs were covered with sauce.

I baked these for 1 hour and they came out tender and juicy.  They were delicious.  I think these may have been the most tender ribs I have ever eaten.  The BBQ and seasoning gave it a nice zesty, juicy flavor.  I served these with corn on the cob, made me even more ready for our garden and farmer’s market this year!

Enjoy these delicious oven BBQ ribs!


7 Responses to “BBQ Country Style Ribs”

  1. Leah @ Beyer Bewareposted March 20, 2011 at 9:13 pm

    These look amazing. Need to pull my ribs out and make them! Thanks for the inspiration!


  2. Sarah E.posted April 5, 2011 at 12:16 am

    Do you cover these with foil to bake them in the oven?


    • Mommy Hates Cookingreplied April 5th, 2011 at 5:50 am

      I did mainly to keep the grease from dripping all over the pan. I did not cover it with foil on top, I just wrapped it around the sides so that it would hold all the grease in.

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