Whenever my husband gets the groceries to help me out, he always buys things that were not on the shopping list (usually some random fruit, meat product, or Entenmann’s cake).
Last week, he brought home pork bi country style ribs.
I’m a big fan of ribs – I could eat them every day. But I’ve never made them before.
For my first time, they came out awesome.
3 Ingredient Ribs
What you need:
1 package of pork bi country ribs (there were 7 fairly meaty ribs)
1 chili seasoning packet (I used McCormick’s)
3/4 cup barbecue sauce (I like Stubb’s, but use whatever you like!)
Spray a metal baking pan with olive oil spray, and place your ribs meat-side-up on the pan. Rub the chili seasoning all over the ribs.
Tightly wrap foil over the top of the pan, and bake in a 300 degree F oven for 2 hours. Take out the ribs.
See all that fat? That’s kinda gross. Drain that! You don’t want it.
That’s better. Once they’re drained off, baste the ribs in the barbecue sauce.
Pop the ribs back in the oven for 1 more hour, this time uncovered. Take them out one last time, and chow down with your favorite side dish! The meat falls right off the bone! =)