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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 6
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 575.9
  • Total Fat: 21.6 g
  • Cholesterol: 181.2 mg
  • Sodium: 783.3 mg
  • Total Carbs: 29.0 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 0.1 g
  • Protein: 61.1 g

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Baked BBQ'd Beef Back Ribs

Submitted by: FYRCOP
Baked BBQ'd Beef Back Ribs

Introduction

These are one of our favorites when we get the hankering for some good home barbecued food. We used to use Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce but have found a new, much easier on the diet grilling sauce put out by Sweet Baby Ray.

The ribs themselves yield about 1/3 to 1/4 of their weight as edible meat. So of the 2 packs of ribs where the combined weight is 260 oz. we figure the overall yield is roughly 65 oz. The rest is bone, fat and cartiledge.

These ribs are absolutely one of our favorite meals.

They're served best with a baked potato (make mine a yam), a tossed salad, a side of vegetable (I like steamed asparagus).

Prep is minimal when you already have your grilling sauce on hand.
These are one of our favorites when we get the hankering for some good home barbecued food. We used to use Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce but have found a new, much easier on the diet grilling sauce put out by Sweet Baby Ray.

The ribs themselves yield about 1/3 to 1/4 of their weight as edible meat. So of the 2 packs of ribs where the combined weight is 260 oz. we figure the overall yield is roughly 65 oz. The rest is bone, fat and cartiledge.

These ribs are absolutely one of our favorite meals.

They're served best with a baked potato (make mine a yam), a tossed salad, a side of vegetable (I like steamed asparagus).

Prep is minimal when you already have your grilling sauce on hand.

Number of Servings: 6

Ingredients

    - 2 packs of bone in Beef Back Ribs (approximately 3.5 pounds per pack)
    - 3/4 jars of Sweet Baby Ray's grilling sauce (12 oz)
    - 1 tbsp ground, black pepper (or to taste)
    - 1 tbsp ground dried garlic powder (or to taste)
    - 1 tbsp dried onion flakes (or to taste)

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Directions

Makes 6 servings of 2-3 bone in ribs each (approximately 10-12 oz of meat) however this varies depending upon the number of ribs in each package. There's usually 7 to 8 ribs in each package.

Using 16 total ribs...

Preparation:

- remove ribs from package. Separate them with a knife if not already seperated.
- wash the ribs and set aside.
- mix all dry ingredients in a small dish. Blend them thouroughly.
- spray a large baking pan capable of holding all of the ribs (layered if need be) with Pam or other non stick spray.
- place the ribs in the large baking pan. Again, layer them if necessary while sprinkling the dry ingredients over each layer.
- cover with foil.

Cooking:

- preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- place covered pan of ribs on the middle rack and cook for two hours. Turn the ribs once after the first hour. Drain grease from the pan when you turn the ribs.
- after the second hour remove the pan from the oven, remove the cover
- paint the grilling sauce evenly over the ribs. we use approximately 3/4 of the jar. you'll have to remove layered ribs to be able to get the grilling sauce on the lowest layer of them.
- return the ribs, uncovered onto the middle rack in the oven at 375 degrees F.
- cook for an additional hour.
- remove and enjoy

The meat on these ribs should be falling off the bone when done.

Number of Servings: 6

Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user FYRCOP.






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    I followed the instructions perfectly. My ribs came out charred and tough. Is 375 really the right temp? - 2/17/13

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  • I also made this recipes according to the directions, covered the pan for the first two hours as stated, and the ribs turned out as tough as jerky... I also agree, I may try it again at a lower temp. - 12/16/13

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  • I can only think that the folks whose ribs dried out did not cover the pan for the first two hours. Another way to do this is to slow cook: add 1/4C water to the pan, cover tightly, and cook all day at 175*. Do the last 3 cooking steps when you get home. Works great for pork ribs too! - 4/17/13

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  • I called PETA, because this poor cow gave its life in vain. Three hours at 375 charred the ribs into dust. I think this recipe was placed by a sabouteur that owns a pizzaria, because we had to order a pizza for dinner. 275 F might have worked. - 4/7/13

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  • Gonna try this out tonite. :)
    - 1/23/13

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  • Easy recipe! My husband loves these ribs :0) 3rd time making them they are soooo good! - 3/25/11

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  • Super Easy to Follow, and tasted great! - 8/10/10

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  • I love beef ribs, it is hard to eat only a few. I need to eat at least four one for each dogs to get a rib! - 5/17/10

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  • OHHHhhh My! I was REALLY praying that these would come out ok. I have NEVER been able to cook county style ribs without them being tough. This is the BEST I have ever cooked, not to mention eaten! This recipe is AMAZING! I am passing this on to all my friends~ Thank you for sharing!!!! - 4/25/10

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  • This was a great recipe! The meat was falling off the bones. - 3/7/10

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  • Loved them! Really easy recipe to follow. - 1/5/10

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