My good friend Beth gave me these tips on making ribs....And they turned out incredibly! Ohh they were soo good! The meat was very tender and fell off the bone in a perfect way! I used to roast mine slowly in the oven, but that will be a thing of the past! I love how these have great grilled flavor! They were better than any restaurant ribs I have had! Thanks Beth (and Pete for the grilling tips)!! This is an overnite recipe so make note!
These ribs are par-boiled, then marinated overnight in BBQ sauce, and then grilled! Oh so FABULOUS!
I marinated mine overnight in Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce, and basted with Sticky Fingers barbeque sauce.
You grill them for about 20 minutes, flipping and basting every few minutes.
AWESOME BBQ RIBS
baby back ribs
Cut ribs to fit into a large stockpot. Cover with water and bring to a boil. Keep at a rolling boil uncovered, for 2 hours, adding water if needed to keep them covered. Remove from water, and cool slightly. Place in container or ziplock bag and coat with bbq sauce. Marinade overnight in the sauce. Heat grill to medium to high heat (about 400-500 degrees). Place ribs on grill like pictured above. Cook for 5 minutes covered. Flip and baste ribs in bbq sauce. Continue flipping and basting ribs every couple minutes, for about 20 minutes or until meat becomes very tender and starts to fall off the bones. Serve immediately and dig in!! Make sure you have lots of napkins!