Rib Obsession - Recipe 1. Tender, no-fail, absolutely easy and low maintenance recipe.

Rib Obsession - Recipe 1. Tender, no-fail, absolutely easy and low maintenance recipe.

I love this rib recipe for its no-fail simplicity. Ribs are legendary difficult when it comes to judging their doneness. There’s a toothpick test, a bend test… Not with this recipe! Simple set of directions resulting in consistently delicious ribs!

These ribs make a perfect appetizer, are a huge crowd pleaser and also work very well for a make ahead dinner (for just you or for a crowd.)

The credit for this recipe goes to my mother-in-law.

Critical observation. With all the good things that are going for these ribs, there are a few things that are missing. You are not getting that exceptionally smoky flavour, you are not getting the coveted “bark” for a textural contrast, there’s less flavour in the rib overall compared to my other rib recipe.

Having said all that, these ribs are exceptionally tender, “fall off the bone” and nicely flavoured with some barbeque sauce. They are also perfect for kids who will love their flavour and tender texture.

I love both of the rib recipes I’m sharing with you and hope you give both of them a try!

DifficultyBeginner

Yields4 Servings

 desired amount of pork ribs
 kosher salt, to taste
 2 tbsp olive oil
 1/2 - 1 onion, diced
 barbeque sauce for brushing
 Montreal steak spice or another spice mix of choice, optional

1

Slice your ribs into individual ribs. Place in a pot of salted water and bring it to boil. Cover, reduce to maintain a simmer, but the most gentle simmer. Continue to simmer covered for 1.5 hours.

2

In the meantime, sauté some onions in oil until softened and beginning to brown. Place these onions into a baking dish.

3

Remove your ribs from the boiling water and drain them gently. The meat will be falling off the bone so be gentle when you handle them. Either with a brush or your hands, spread some barbeque sauce all over your ribs; be careful not to break the meat. Place these sauced ribs on top of your onions. Sprinkle some kosher salt or other spice rub, if using, over the ribs. Cover with aluminum foil.

You can refrigerate these for up to 48 hours and serve them at your desired time. Or you may immediately proceed to the next step.

4

Preheat the oven to 350°. Bake your ribs, covered, for about 20 minutes (if they were still warm,) longer if they were refrigerated. The amount of time will also depend on how many ribs you used. If you have a huge pan filled with ribs they may take close to an hour to heat up. Just keep checking. All that's required in this step is to heat the ribs up, so as soon as you are happy - remove from the oven and serve! Enjoy!

Ingredients

 desired amount of pork ribs
 kosher salt, to taste
 2 tbsp olive oil
 1/2 - 1 onion, diced
 barbeque sauce for brushing
 Montreal steak spice or another spice mix of choice, optional

Directions

1

Slice your ribs into individual ribs. Place in a pot of salted water and bring it to boil. Cover, reduce to maintain a simmer, but the most gentle simmer. Continue to simmer covered for 1.5 hours.

2

In the meantime, sauté some onions in oil until softened and beginning to brown. Place these onions into a baking dish.

3

Remove your ribs from the boiling water and drain them gently. The meat will be falling off the bone so be gentle when you handle them. Either with a brush or your hands, spread some barbeque sauce all over your ribs; be careful not to break the meat. Place these sauced ribs on top of your onions. Sprinkle some kosher salt or other spice rub, if using, over the ribs. Cover with aluminum foil.

You can refrigerate these for up to 48 hours and serve them at your desired time. Or you may immediately proceed to the next step.

4

Preheat the oven to 350°. Bake your ribs, covered, for about 20 minutes (if they were still warm,) longer if they were refrigerated. The amount of time will also depend on how many ribs you used. If you have a huge pan filled with ribs they may take close to an hour to heat up. Just keep checking. All that's required in this step is to heat the ribs up, so as soon as you are happy - remove from the oven and serve! Enjoy!

Simple Ribs

Make it Gluten-Free: ensure to buy or make Gluten-Free barbeque sauce, ensure all your ingredients are gluten free and not cross-contaminated.

Make it Dairy-Free: This recipe is Dairy-Free, but check to ensure the Barbeque sauce you are using is 100% dairy free.

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