Welcome to Simple Fare, Fairly Simple. This is a place for me to post recipes of all kinds...along with other miscellaneous fodder from my so-called life here in the south. Who knows what you will find here. Could be anything from my husband...known as IT Guy...to my kids and beautiful grandbabies that are growing up way too fast right before my eyes. But...mostly this will be a place for food. I hope you'll see something you like and if you decide to try something from the list...leave me a comment and let me know!
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
I've been trying to tell my family for years that I was queen. Wearing this apron proves it!!
When we moved away from CA a few years ago, one thing I didn't
bring with me was our grill. I figured I'd just get another one once we
were settled in SC. Well, I guess I'm still settling because I haven't
purchased a grill yet. I kind of miss it. Okay...I really miss
it. I miss being able to throw some meat on a hot grill and hearing that
sizzle. I miss the taste of char on my food. And I really missed ribs.
Until now. As I was scanning the meat section at the store the other
day, my eye happened upon a rack of ribs. And I thought....hey, who
needs a grill? So I brought them home and cooked them in my oven to
perfection!! They were delicious and I was so happy! I wasn't the only
one who was happy either! Everyone raved about them. I'm going to do
Oven Baked BBQ Ribs
1 rack of pork ribs – baby back Lawry’s Seasoning Salt BBQ Sauce – about a cup or so
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
a rimmed baking sheet with foil. Place a wire rack on top. I used one
of my cookie cooling racks. Spray wire rack with cooking spray.
With a sharp knife, remove the membrane from the underneath side of the ribs. Then sprinkle both sides with Lawry’s Salt.
ribs – bake membrane side UP - for 30 minutes then baste with BBQ
sauce. Flip to the other side and cook another 30 minutes.
the temperature up to 375, baste the meaty side with sauce. Allow to
cook for another 20 minutes or so, basting with sauce a couple of times.
Turn the oven to broil and allow top to caramelize a few minutes before
removing from the oven.
Transfer meat to a cutting board and allow to set for about 5 – 10 minutes. Slice ribs and serve.
all you need. My dad was a big "griller" as I was growing up and he
always used Lawry's Seasoning Salt on the meat. I do the same thing.
"It's a household name." (Name that movie)
Cover a baking pan with foil and
then lay a rack over that. Spray the rack.
I just used one of my cookie cooling racks.
With a sharp knife, peel the membrane
off the back of the ribs. Once you get it
started, it should just peel off.
This one peeled off in one long piece.
See it behind the meat? Ew.
Sprinkle both side of the ribs with Lawry's salt.
Cook with the membrane side up
for 30 minutes then baste with sauce. Flip it over.