Oven Barbecue Ribs slathered in the most delicious sticky barbecue sauce with a kick of garlic and optional heat!
Juicy melt-in-your-mouth oven baked Barbecue Ribs are fall-off-the-bone delicious! Double up on incredible flavour with an easy to make dry rub first, then coat them in a seasoned barbecue sauce mixture so addictive you won’t stop at one! Finger licking good ribs right here!
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These pork barbecue ribs are a no fail, hands down family favourite recipe. There is nothing better than letting your oven do all the work for you, while smelling the incredible BBQ pork aromas drifting all through the house. Sitting down to a plate of steaming hot sticky pork ribs is what’s happening this Father’s Day for many of our American readers! Get ready for the best ribs of your life!
You have all been loving our slow cooker ribs for a few years now, but many of you have asked how to make ribs in the oven. Are you ready?
HOW TO COOK RIBS IN THE OVEN
The easiest barbecue ribs besides slow cooking!
- Prepare ribs as above, then pat them dry with a sheet of paper towel.
- Rub with our dry rub mixture (recipe below). I like to drizzle some olive oil over them for the best juicy, tender and crispy results.
- Arrange them on a lined baking tray. You can use foil or parchment paper.
- Bake for a couple of hours, then slather with our BBQ sauce mixture. Use a brush or spoon to spread it evenly over the tops.
- Broil (or grill) for an additional 2-5 minutes to get crispy, charred edges.
Our marinade is only made up FOUR ingredients!
- BBQ sauce — use a good quality bbq sauce for this recipe. You can use a smoky flavoured sauce or regular sauce. I prefer plain, regular bbq sauce.
- Garlic — you won’t be sorry adding a good kick of garlic to these ribs!
- Olive oil — a little oil in the sauce gives even crispier, caramelised results when mixed through the barbecue sauce.
- Worcestershire sauce — adds incredible flavour!
For those of you who love a little heat or spice in your life, you can add in Chili or Cayenne powder!
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