Tuesday, August 28, 2007

BBQ Ribs ( I )

I went to Wegman's this afternoon and saw some beautiful ribs and that reminds me of Beachlover ribs. So I called hubby up to see if he wants to eat some ribs for dinner tonight and he said he don't mind at all. I didn't grill the ribs but cooked them in the oven for two hours.

I season the ribs with salt, pepper, garlic powder, paprika, chili flakes, lemon salt and a little bit of sugar. Marinate for at least 2 hours.

Then wrap the ribs tightly in two layers of aluminium foil and slow bake in 300 degree F over for 1.5 hours. Open the foil and base the ribs with some store bought BBQ sauce and increase the oven temperature to 375 degree and continue to bake without the foil until it tender and brown. It will take another 1/2 an hour.

I served the ribs with some salad.

14 comments:

Cat Cat said...

Gert,
Your hubby, Carlos, easy going guy, bukan..? One phone call and dinner "kau tim"... ;)

Blur Mommy said...

Wow, this looks really good! Will have to try it one day. :)

Lia said...

woowww sedap!! am going to make this on weekend, mouthwatering ;))

Aiyah Nonya said...

The foil keeps the ribs moist, is it ? I have tried roasting ribs before but they turn out hard and dry. I will keep this tip in mind the next time I do ribs .

Btw your ribs look real sucullent. Makes me want to sink my teeh in to it.

beachlover said...

Gert,wow!!your presentation look so good! ada fruit on the side!!.I don't have patience ,so i crank up my oven at 400 -425 for one hour.lol!

beachlover said...

Gert,you Bake not Broil?.I thought bake for cake and broil for meat,please correct me if I wrong.I use broil for ribs.*garuh kepala*

Sue Sue said...

Aiyoh... i 'lau hau siu' d. Your hubby so good ah can eat anything. My Dearie Suki 'cham lor' cook also must cook the dish he like one, so 'mah fun'.

Isha said...

alamakkk nampak sedap sangat, finger lickin' good dish *drooling*

Rita Ho said...

Gert .... your ribs make my tau-chu steamed ones so darn bland! LOL.

I Cook4Fun said...

Cat, Carlos is a very easy going guy so tak susah to cook for him :)

Blur Mommy, thanks for stopping by here. Hope you will try making ribs this way.

Lia, happy cooking.

Nonya, wrapping in foil will creates steam so the ribs will remain juicy and it cook faster.

Beachlover, I bake the ribs because I wanted to slow cook it. I will used broil only if I want to cook a steak or brown the topping of dessert. Your ribs works too using broil so is ok. Maybe next time you try baking it and see if there is a difference.

Sue, my hubby is pretty easy when come to food except don't give him durian or our 'heavy' M'sia food :)

Isha, is really finger licking good :)

Rita, :) :) cook the ribs this weekend for David.

PEARLY said...

hi dear :
your roast rib look really JUICE mmmmlook very sedah I bet it test very good good . clever wife always know wat hubby need heeheee weldone weldone xxxxx

PrincessJournals said...

we bought the beef ribs a few times but even after marinating for 24hrs, stil the taste tak 'serap'. i will try and use ur recipe next time i make them. thanks Gert.

Zue Murphy said...

Gert, pandai you masak ribs ya. It look really good. :-)

I Cook4Fun said...

Pearly, the ribs is really juice and fall off the bones.

PJ, do try cooking the ribs this way and see if it works for you.

Zue, I selalu cook the ribs this way and never on the grill.