For the Superbowl I tried a new recipe for ribs that I saw Emeril make with his son on the Martha Stewart Show recently. The recipe couldn't be easier and couldn't be tastier. I was not able to find Emeril's BBQ sauce that he recommends in the recipe so I tried a Jack Daniels BBQ and it was good but that's the only aspect of the recipe that I can see changing around a bit is the sauce you can experiment with that until you find one you like and lord knows there are a million out there. What I loved about this recipe was how easy it was to make it. The only thing it really requires is time. You have to bake the ribs for 3 hours with just the rib rub on so that takes being home for that period of time at least but it worked out great for us on Superbowl Sunday I was able to start the ribs and get everything done around the house I needed and then the ribs were ready when the party started. You can find the recipe here if you're interested in making them yourself, which I highly recommend!

Here's the finished product. They were so good and the meat was falling off the bone!

Here's the process. Take your slabs of ribs and rub them with Emeril's Rib Rub and then make a pocket out of parchment paper and aluminum foil for them to bake in.


then after the 3 hours in the oven take the ribs out and lightly coat them all over with the BBQ sauce, then put them back in the oven uncovered for about 30 minutes.

mmmmm mmmm good.


The Scrappy Tree said...

I need to show my df this post, he loves ribs!

Dayka (Life +Style) said...

i love ribs, and these look DELISH! if you're looking for a good sauce, try sweet baby ray's. YUM. the original and the honey bbq are great. wasn't so much in love with the onion and other flavors. let me know if you ever try it.

i'm going to try this recipe . . .

Emily said...

Thanks for the comments. I've never tried the Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce, at least not yet - I know what you're talking about I've seen it in the stores. I'll have to try it next time. Let me know if you make the ribs, they're super easy and REALLY delicious. :)

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