Who doesn’t love a great rack of fall-off the bones BBQ’d ribs in the summer time? We certainly do! I found years ago that by baking the ribs first and then grilling them, you get fall of the bone tenderness without the 3 hours of tending to the grill. I usually rub the ribs with a dry rub or concoct a BBQ sauce to baste the ribs. This time, I used a terrific new find – Hudson Sauce. Their spicy marinade is unbelievably delicious and made this rib preparation even easier. I marinated the ribs in their Spicy Marinade. Then followed the method I have always used for ribs. Bake the ribs in the oven first, them finish on the grill. I even brushed the ribs with some of the marinade during the last few minutes of cooking. Finger lickin’ good with a bit of heat and oh so easy!
Marinated Ribs Ribs just taken off the grill
- Baby back or spareribs
- BBQ sauce or dry rub
- Remove ribs from package, place in large ziplock bag or place in glass baking dish. Marinate in sauce or dry rub of your choice. Refrigerate 6 hours or overnight.
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Remove ribs from marinade and place on foil lined baking sheet. Cover ribs with additional foil and seal edges. Bake 2 hours at 325 degrees. Prepare grill - medium low heat. Place ribs on grill and cook an additional hour or until ribs are tender. Serve with additional sauce.