There are many ways to bake ribs, ranging for crispy rips in a hotter oven to low and slow. You can bake your ribs in a roasting bag, in aluminum foil, or in a covered, cast iron pan, or a rib rack from the Forno Bravo Store.
Here is one method. Use a basic BBQ rub, and then keep them refrigerated 2-3 days. Wrap them in foil, put them in a roasting pan with a rack to keep them off the oven floor.
If you like crispy and medium to medium-well done ribs, you can roast at a high temperature and short baking time. Try 475ºF (250ºC) for 2 hours.
If you are looking for tender, slow cook ribs, lower the temperature to 300°F (150°C), place the ribs in a roasting bag, and let the ribs bake for 4 to 6 hours – or longer.
The ribs in the photo below were seasoned with barbecue salt and garlic, placed in a roasting bag, and baked at 300°F (150°C) for 9+ hours. These were so tender, they almost melted, -- you could not even use a knife to cut them. Delicious.
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