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November 10, 2020

Easy Baked BBQ Ribs Recipe


A couple of weeks ago, a lot of folks in Hawaii were in mourning over the closure of the last Tony Roma's restaurant in Hawaii.  Tony Roma's used to be THE PLACE for fall-off-the-bone BBQ baby back ribs. Even I rushed down a few days before closing to get my last serving of their ribs.  

Little did I realize how easy it is to make BBQ ribs at home. My mother-in-law made it for us last weekend and she kept saying how easy it was to make. I didn't believe her until she gave us the recipe and we tried it for ourselves.

1) Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. While the oven is heating up, arrange the pork ribs on baking sheets and sprinkle salt (preferably Hawaiian salt) on the ribs).




2) Bake in the oven for one hour. 

3) After one hour, pour bottled BBQ sauce over the ribs (both sides), then bake for one hour.

4) After the second hour, turn the oven to hi broil and broil for a few minutes.

5) DONE!




We applied more BBQ sauce after broiling, as it looked the ribs needed it.  We may not have poured enough sauce on the ribs during the cooking process.

It's one of those recipes that you can tweak each time, until you figure out what works best for you and your palate!  I wouldn't say it was as good as Tony's Roma's, but it was definitely a hit with my family and a good "go-to" the next time we need to provide a main dish for a family gathering!




 

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