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Whenever I'm cooking with meat, I like to splurge and get high quality cuts because I think it's important to be feeding my family food that has been minimally processed with no added hormones and preservatives, when possible. That's why I use Smithfield's All Natural Baby Back Ribs. They also happen to be super delicious, and tender, which is perfect for grilling. It's a win win. Next time you're at Walmart, definitely pick some up using this $1 off coupon for Farmland/Smithfield All Natural Ribs, (because we all know I can never resist a good coupon!)
These ribs were seriously SO good! The meat just fell right off the bone (a sure sign you cooked them right). Jayvwas eating the meat faster than we could put it on his plate, and I went back for thirds. I'll blame pregnancy on that one though. Without further ado, here is how you can get delicious fall off the bone ribs right at home too!
1 rack, or about 2lbs Baby Back Ribs
1 bottle BBQ sauce of your choice
Preheat your oven to 300°. While oven is preheating, cut your rack of ribs in half and then lightly sprinkle both halves with salt, pepper, and chili powder. Wrap each half tightly in its own bundle of foil. Then transfer each bundle to its own baking dish (to catch drippings if any leak out of foil). Bake in the oven for 2 1/2 hours.
After baking, remove the ribs from the foil and transfer to a cookie sheet. Turn the broiler on in your oven. While the broiler is heating up, slather your ribs liberally with BBQ sauce, and then place them under the broiler for three minutes, and that's it! Serve with some of your favorite barbecue sauce on the side for extra dipping!
For more grilling tips and tasty recipes with Farmland/Smithfield ribs, head to readysetribs.com