Thursday, December 13, 2012

Beef Back Ribs

I'm not sure exactly when my husband started making these Beef Back Ribs, but oh my goodness, they are falling-off-the-bone delicious. They taste like prime rib "bites," as that's what they are cut from, the Prime Rib or Standing Rib Roast. 

During the winter we bake them in the oven. In the warmer weather, we would cook them on the grill.

We serve these with twice-baked potatoes and veggies, but they are also very good with baked beans and corn-on-the-cob.

Beef Back Ribs (typically sold in packages of 2 racks of ribs)

Rub mixture - he doesn't measure (brown sugar, fresh-cut rosemary, garlic, course-ground black pepper and paprika)

Rub ribs liberally with rub mixture. Wrap tightly in aluminum foil, sprayed with cooking spray.

Bake or grill over low heat approx. 2 hours (oven temp 275-300).

Unwrap ribs from foil, place on baking sheet or grill rack and cook until done, usually 20-30 minutes.


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