Baked ribs with barbecue sauce

Baked pork ribs with barbecue sauce are a classic that cannot be missed in American barbecues. Now that the summer is coming and with it the dinners outdoors, nothing better than having a recipe at hand like this one of today, to succeed among your friends. I have prepared it as you can suppose in a conventional oven, but I imagine its flavor if I had the possibility of making it in a wood oven and it makes my mouth water.

The pork rib is a very tasty piece and at a very good price, and if we add to that a sauce between sweet and spicy with which to season the ribs first and then accompany the meat if you are one of those who like to dip in the sauces, It makes this delicious recipe one of the favorites when choosing between the varieties of meat for roasting in the oven.


For 4 people
  • Pork rib 2 kg
  • Brown sugar 125 g
  • Ketchup 130 g
  • Vinegar 30 ml
  • Water 40 ml
  • Perrins sauce 30 ml
  • Mustard seeds 10 g
  • Tabasco sauce 15 ml
  • Extra virgin olive oil 45 ml

How to bake rib with barbecue sauce

Difficulty: easy
  • Total time 1 h 30 m
  • Elaboration 15 m
  • Cooking 1 h 15 m

We will start by preparing the barbecue sauce to marinate the meat. To do this, add brown sugar, ketchup, vinegar, water, mustard seed, paprika, Perrins sauce, salt and Tabasco to the glass of a blender.

We crush all the ingredients with the hand mixer until we form the barbecue sauce. We preheat the oven to 190 degrees with heat up and down.

We salt the ribs and spread it well on both sides with the barbecue sauce, so that it is well impregnated. We reserve what we have left to brush with during baking and to serve in a gravy boat.

We place the ribs in a baking dish greased with olive oil and bake for one hour and fifteen minutes. Rotating it halfway through cooking and brushing it every bit for the first half hour with the barbecue sauce.

What to accompany the baked rib with barbecue sauce

These baked ribs with barbecue sauce are ideal to accompany some fried potatoes and a good green salad. If you like the more intense flavor of the meat, you can leave it marinating from the night before smeared with the barbecue sauce in the refrigerator.

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