Receive delicious quick and easy recipes

There is no custom code to display.

HOW TO MAKE BEST EVER FANTASTIC FALL OFF THE BONE RIBS

HOW TO MAKE BEST EVER FANTASTIC FALL OFF THE BONE RIBS

Are you here looking for an excellent rib recipe?  I am going to show you how easy it is to make tasty ribs that indeed fall off the bone.

These Fall Off the Bone Ribs are perfect!  This combination of cooking the ribs low and slow in the oven and then on the grill will make perfect Lip Smacking, Finger Licking, Fall off the Bone Ribs.HOW TO MAKE BEST EVER FANTASTIC FALL OFF THE BONE RIBSHow do I like my Ribs?

  • I like my ribs tender enough to “Fall off the Bone” when you gently pull at the meat.

  • I also like them seasoned extremely well with a dry rub.

  • Add the barbecue sauce just before taking them off the grill.  This will keep the barbecue sauce from burning.

I know I sound picky, but this makes an excellent rib.  So, how do you get the ribs to fall apart and taste great without cooking them all day in a smoker?  My husband has a large smoker which cooks everything delicious, but it can be a lot of trouble because it ‘s hard to clean.

FALL OFF THE BONE RIBS

When cooking any ribs, I like to season the ribs well with a barbecue rub and then cook them slowly in the oven for three and a half hours.  The time will depend on the thickness of your ribs. These ribs were baby back ribs and pretty thin.  They only needed about three and half hours before they start pulling away from the bone.  Make sure the ribs pull away easily from the bone before removing them from the oven.  Cooking them low and slow in the oven will cook off a lot of the fat.  So even a fatty rib like Country Ribs will be delicious.  This low and slow method will produce “Fall of the Bone” meat, but you still need that smokey flavor and barbecue sauce.  After cooking the ribs in the oven, you have to toss them on the barbecue grill.  The grill will give the ribs that smokey flavor we all love.  The ribs are done, so about 5 to 10 minutes on each side will work great.

 Coat the meat well with barbecue sauce on both sides while they are smoking on the grill.  This combination of cooking the ribs low and slow in the oven and then on the grill will make “Perfect Rib”s.

HOW TO MAKE BEST EVER FANTASTIC FALL OFF THE BONE RIBS

Barbecue Dry Rub

You have to have a good dry rub.  This one is full of flavor.  I use it on my pork butt (pulled pork) and my ribs.  It is loaded with spices and excellent flavor.

Dry Rub Recipe – adapted from Bobby Flay’s Rib Dry Rub Recipe

HOW TO MAKE BEST EVER FANTASTIC FALL OFF THE BONE RIBS

Tip:

 IF YOU USE A THICKER RIB LIKE SPARE RIBS OR COUNTRY RIBS, COOK THEM LONGER ABOUT 4 – 1/2 HOURS.  Make sure your ribs are pulling away from the bone before taking them out of the oven. 

For your convenience, below are the products used in this post.

This post contains affiliate links.  I will make a small commission if you purchase these products BUT it will not cost you any extra money.  

Please see my disclosure.

BBQ SAUCES

BBQ TOOLS

Elite Bakeware Extra Large Baking Pans with Nonstick Coating and Grip Handle, Pack of 2
Oven Safe, Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Baking Rack & Cooling Rack, 12 x 17 inches Fits Half Sheet Pan
Grills

5.0 from 1 reviews
“Fall of the Bone” Ribs
Author: 
Recipe type: Entree
Cuisine: American
 
Ingredients
  • 2 - large slabs of baby back ribs (you can use other ribs)
  • One tablespoon cumin
  • Add, one tablespoon paprika
  • One tablespoon granulated garlic
  • And, one tablespoon chili powder
  • Two tablespoons brown sugar
  • One tablespoon kosher salt
  • One tablespoon Cajun seasoning
  • Add two teaspoon black pepper
  • One bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce
Instructions
  1. Mix the rub ingredients together and rub down the ribs well on both sides.
  2. Place on a large baking pan that has been sprayed with a cooking spray.
  3. Completely cover the ribs on the baking with foil.
  4. Bake 225 degrees for 3 - ½ hours.
  5. IF YOU USE SPARE RIBS OR COUNTRY RIBS, COOK THEM LONGER ABOUT 4 - ½ HOURS.
  6. Make sure your ribs are pulling away from the bone before taking them out of the oven.
  7. Remove from the oven and place on a hot grill.
  8. Cook the ribs 5 minutes on each side.
  9. Add the bbq sauce to the ribs will they are on the grill.

 

BEST BBQ GRILLED CHICKEN – This chicken has a terrific dry rub. 

BBQ Chicken 1

WHO DAT! BEST CAJUN POTATO SALAD WITH SHRIMP

#Cajun #Potato #Salad

HOW TO MAKE BEST MACARONI SALAD FOR SUMMER

How To Make Best Macaroni Salad For Summer #Macaroni Salad #Salads

HOW TO MAKE BEST SLOW COOKER CHEESY HASH BROWN CASSEROLE

Slow Cooker Cheesy Hashbrowns 1

BEST TEXAS COWBOY BEANS PERFECT WITH EVERYTHING

HAWAIIAN MACARONI SALADHawaiian-Macaroni-Salad-11

EASY STOVETOP MAC & CHEESE

Stovetop-Mac-Cheese-14

Best Baked Ranch Beans

Best-Baked-Beans-1

Subscribe To Newsletter

Front_design

Recieve 50 Easy Salads & Sandwich recipes FREE.

Powered by ConvertKit

34 Responses to HOW TO MAKE BEST EVER FANTASTIC FALL OFF THE BONE RIBS

    • Rhonda,

      Thank you for asking about my ribs. I hope you get a chance to cook them. They are really really delicious.

      Place on a large baking pan that has been sprayed with a cooking spray.
      Completely cover the ribs on the baking with foil.
      Bake 225 degrees for 3 – 1/2 hours.
      IF YOU USE SPARE RIBS OR COUNTRY RIBS, COOK THEM LONGER ABOUT 4 – 1/2 HOURS.
      Make sure your ribs are pulling away from the bone before taking them out of the oven.
      Remove from the oven and place on a hot grill.
      Cook the ribs 5 to 10 minutes on each side.

      Thank you again for leaving me a comment.
      Blessings,
      Diane Roark
      Diane Roark recently posted…NO-BAKE KEY LIME PIE MILE HIGH CREAMY EASY DELICIOUSMy Profile

    • Linda,

      Thank you for stopping by recipesforourdailybread.com My Fall Off The Bone Ribs are fantastic. The oven makes them so tender but the grill adds a smoky flavor. If you do not have a grill, you will not get the smoky flavor that ribs normally have. The ribs are seasoned well and fall off the bone after cooking in the oven so you could simply eat them after removing from the oven. I love my slow cooker but have never tried cooking ribs in it. The slow cooker cooks low and slow just like cooking the ribs in the oven low and slow. I know the slow cooker would makes the ribs fall off the bone too. So yes! If you do not have a grill, you can try your slow cooker.

      Please follow me by receiving my email newsletters. I am giving away an ecookbook full of 50 easy Salad & Sandwich recipes. http://recipesforourdailybread.com/signup-emails-receive-quick-easy-recipes/
      Blessings,
      Diane Roark
      Diane Roark recently posted…SURVEY TO HELP DEVELOP BEST RECIPES & PRODUCTS FOR YOUMy Profile

  1. Hey Diane,

    Just wanted to say, every weekend my family cooks up a rack of ribs to enjoy. I also make my own dry rub (pretty close to yours minus the cumin and I also add apple wood smoke flavoring to the mix). Give it a try, you might like it :). I like to say: ribs and apple wood go together like lamb and tunafish (Big Daddy reference).

    I bake mine off at 250 – 280 for about 6 hours. I don’t have a grill unfortunately :(. They always come out wonderful and a treat for my family. They love them.

    I grab my racks at Costco or BJ’s for fairly cheap (about 8 – 10 per rack). I live in a big city — might be cheaper for you :).

    P.S: saw your facebook live today, you and your son did wonderful! He really enjoyed that ice cream!

    Kevin Oliver recently posted…Taco Bell Free Doritos Locos TacoMy Profile

  2. you for linking up to Tickle My Tastebuds Tuesday last week. As one of the co-hosts, I will be featuring your recipe on Tickle My Tastebuds Tuesday this week on my site, Detours in Life. Congrats! Please stop by and grab a feature button when you get a chance.
    Alecia recently posted…Chicken LasagnaMy Profile

  3. I usually only eat ribs in a restaurant because I could never get mine tender enough. I’m definitely trying your technique this weekend including the dry rub. Thanks so much for sharing with Creative Spark Link Party!
    Glenna @ My Paper Craze

    • Glenna,

      I am thinking about cooking these ribs again this weekend too. I saw baby backs were on sale super cheap at my local store. Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me a comment.
      Blessings,
      Diane Roark

  4. Yummy!! Happy SITS day!

    I now plan to use these at the cottage this next coming month 🙂
    Thanks for the mouth-watering recipe! I followed you on Facebook so that I can see all of these photos pop up in my newsfeed.

    Sending love from Canada,
    Alysia from My Domestic Dish

  5. Looks so good! My husband has had a craving for ribs so I’m going to try these out! Do you know if there would be any modifications (difference in temp/time) needed for cooking in high altitude? Thanks!

  6. Diane, these ribs look so good I can already imagine dabs of sauce on my chin, dripping on my shirt and covering my fingers (the older I get…the more I need a bib 🙂 ). Definitely going on my must try list! Yum!!!

    • Shari,

      I need a bib too. That is why I would not let my husband take a picture of my face when I was eating them. He definitely tried to take a picture. I even had BBQ sauce on my noise. I am not kidding. These ribs are good because they are cooked LOW and SLOW plus grilled. YUM!

      Blessing and truly have a Wonderful Memorial Day!
      Diane Roark

    • Rachel,

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving me a comment. These Fall Off the Bone Ribs really are wonderful. I hope you get to enjoy them.

      I appreciate your support. I will go make sure I am following all your social medias.

      Blessings,
      Diane Roark

  7. Your ribs sound amazing and totally pinned to try to barbecue very soon now here for us! Thanks Diane and hope you link these up with the Pin It Hop tonight, too 🙂

Leave a reply

Rate this recipe:  

CommentLuv badge

This blog uses premium CommentLuv which allows you to put your keywords with your name if you have had 0 approved comments. Use your real name and then @ your keywords (maximum of 0)

CONNECT!

Connect with us via email or social media or check out some other great sites that we love!

SEND ME A MESSAGE!

Checking...

Ouch! There was a server error.
Retry »

Sending message...

MENU