Backyard BBQ Rub, 1 oz. packet - Makes 2 racks of baby back ribs
Barbecue Rub for Chicken & Ribs
One of our favorite Sunday dinners, especially during the Daytona 500 or on the 4th of July, is baby back ribs. And yes, we've perfected cooking them in a toaster oven. Of course a regular oven or traditional outdoor barbecue will work as well, but for those of us that live in a condo or small apartment, today's high tech toaster ovens work just fine! Here's the process....
- Thaw a rack of baby back ribs and remove membrane on back side of ribs.
- Apply some mustard generously to both sides of the ribs. This acts as a binder for the spice rub to follow.
- Add Backyard BBQ Rub to both sides of the ribs.
- Place rack of ribs in a shallow baking pan with about 1/2 inch of water.
- Back at 250 - 275 degrees F, covered loosely with tin foil for 3 hours. (bast after 1-1/2 hours, add additionally water to pan if necessary, and return to oven).
- Next, remove ribs from oven, top ribs with pads of butter, wrap ribs tightly with aluminum foil, and return to oven for 30-45 more minutes at 250 degrees F, meat side down on baking pan with minimal water this time.
- Lastly, remove from oven and coat both sides of ribs generously with Rick's Maple Bacon or Original BBQ Sauce (or your favorite sauce) and place back in oven at 250 degrees F for 15-20 minutes or until sauce begins to caramelize.
We haven't tried cooking a roasted chicken in the toaster oven yet, but it's on our list!
Ingredients - Brown Sugar, Paprika, Salt, Spices, Garlic, Onion, Ground Chile Peppers.
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