Easy Oven Baked BBQ Ribs - 3 Unique Flavor

 
 
Spice up your day with these Easy Oven-Baked Ribs.
They’re tangy, sweet, spicy, flavorful and resulting in extra deliciously soft and tender ribs that almost fall off the bone like melt-in-your-mouth!
 
We used our 3 BBQ Sauces; Smoky Bourbon, Black Garlic and Sticky Gochujang, and it was fun to find which sauce would be the best and great flavour for the ribs.
 
The funny thing is, we couldn’t decide the winner BBQ Sauce. Because each BBQ Sauce have own unique flavours and it gives us so much fun to compare.
  
  
 
Black Garlic BBQ Sauce is something different.  Sweet & savory, earthy and umami are all there~!! It is super fantastic ♥ 
 
 
 
Like the name, we have 'Sticky BBQ Ribs'. We didn't use a lot of the sauce on the pork ribs, but it was enough to make 'Sticky'. Sticky Gochujang BBQ Sauce is sweet & spicy Korean inspired sauce that will have you licking your fingers and reaching for more. 
 
 
 
This classic ribs with Smoky Bourbon BBQ Sauce has warm, deep, caramel and vanilla flavors that provide the soothing comfort. Balanced perfect of sweet, spicy and smoky. 
 
 
  
Each BBQ Sauce ribs are so addictive you won’t stop at one!
Finger licking good ribs right here!
 
 
 
 A couple of days later, we made BBQ Rib Sandwiches with leftover and extra BBQ Sauces. 
 
  
 
It is a perfect way to use leftover, and the great way to enjoy a brunch~!!

 

 

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Ingredients:


1 rack Baby Back Pork Ribs
• 3~4 Tbsp KYR's Sweet Texas BBQ Rub
• 3 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar
• 3 Tbsp Apple Juice
• 1 cup BBQ Suace
** We use 1/3 cup of each Smoky Bourbon, Black Garlic and Sticky Gochujang BBQ Sauces

 

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Method:

1. Preheat oven to 350°F.


2. Remove the membrane from the back side of the ribs. 
Rub the Sweet Texas BBQ Rub as evenly as possible over the ribs on both sides.

 

3. Place ribs on a foil in a single layer. Pour apple cider vinegar and apple juice underneath the ribs, Wrap ribs tightly in foil meat side up, place on baking sheet.

 

4. Bake for 2 hours for baby back ribs or until fork tender.

 

5. Open foil and drain and discard the liquid from the ribs. Flip ribs so the bonier side is up. Slather with with your favorite barbecue sauce, then bake 10 minutes.


5. Increase oven temperature to 460°F. Turn ribs over so the meaty side is up. Slather with Barbecue Sauce, bake 5 minutes. Repeat 2 or 3 more times until you've got a thick glaze on the ribs. 

 

6. Turn oven broiler on high and place under broiler for 3 to 5 minutes, until sauce starts to bubble and caramelize.


7. Rest for 10 minutes to allow the juices to recirculate back into the meat before slicing.

 

 

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