Okay! My family voted my baby back spareribs the most delicious they have ever tasted. No kidding! If you haven’t had this sort of success there are a few things you might want to try.
First, did you know that there is a membrane on the back of your baby back pork ribs? There is! You have to remove it if you want really juicy tender ribs! To remove the membrane, separate it at the short end and then grab it with a paper towel. It usually pulls right off!
The other thing you have to do it marinate the ribs for at least three hours. You can also use this as a mopping sauce as well if you are doing your reds on a grill! The marinade is simple:
Baby Back Port Ribs Marinade
1/2 cup Apple Cider Vinegar
1/2 cup coconut palm sugar (the benefits of coconut palm sugar)
1/2 cup Worcester sauce
1 tsp garlic pepper
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp bourbon smoked paprika
1 tsp mustard
1 tsp chili powder
After they have marinated for 3 to 4 hours you can bake them covered loosely with aluminum foil for about an hour at 350 degrees. Either make your own barbecue sauce or use your favorite barbecue sauce. Wrap them in heavy duty aluminum foil two hours before dinner. Cook them in the oven over very low heat or place them in a smoker on the grill on low heat. Remove them from the aluminum foil. Baste with your favorite barbecue sauce until they just turn dark; or stick them under the broiler for half an hour.
Enjoy the most mouthwatering, tender ribs you have ever tasted!
Nutrition (for 2 ribs or 4 ounces) – 235 calories, 15 g fat, 29 g protein, 0 g carbs.
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