Okay so this recipe isn’t necessarily what will make your ribs fall off the bone, but this method sure will. Low and slow, guys. Low and Slow. You can make these ribs in the oven, on the BBQ or even on a smoker- it’s totally up to you. I’ve included here a rub recipe that I typically use, but feel free to change it up! I’ve based this one off of spices that are in my favourite BBQ sauce, so have a look at yours and see what spices are in there!
Rub Recipe (optional)
2 tbsp. Brown Sugar
1 tsp. Salt
1 tsp. Cumin
1 tsp. Onion Powder
1 tsp. Paprika
1 tsp. Cayenne
1 tsp. Ground Black Pepper
Preheat your oven, BBQ or smoker to 275℉.
Add all of your spices to a bowl and mix. If your ribs have a membrane on the back, peel it all off. Only some ribs will have this, but it’s usually pretty obvious to tell.
Fully coat your ribs in all of your rub. Wrap your ribs in tin foil covering them completely. I usually use 2 pieces of tin foil for this. You want to ensure that all of the moisture is staying locked into the tin foil.
Bake your ribs for 3-4 hours. There is no need to check on them during this time. If you’re using a BBQ or smoker, I would check to make sure the heat is maintained, but that’s about all you need to do.
After 3-4 hours, remove your ribs from the oven and unwrap. Liberally coat one side of your ribs with BBQ Sauce and broil on high for 2-3 minutes, or until bubbling and caramelized. Repeat on the other side of the ribs.
And that is it, friends. The bones of your ribs should simply fall out the sides with zero effort. These ribs are a 10 and I hope you enjoy!!