Summertime is the perfect time to cook up some delicious bbq pork ribs. But who has the time to stand over a hot grill all day? Not me! That's why I love this oven bbq pork ribs recipe. It's so easy, and the results are amazing. You'll have everyone asking for your secret recipe!Looking for the best oven recipe for pork ribs? This great BBQ recipe is extremely simple and your family will love it.Click To Tweet
Here's what you'll need to make these BBQ pork ribs in oven
- 1/2 cup of Elda's Kitchen Theo's Steakhouse Sauce
- 1/2 cup of bbq sauce
- a rack of pork ribs
- dry rub
- aluminum foil
- an oven
A Little About Elda's Kitchen Theo's Steakhouse Sauce
Elda's Kitchen has your back when you're in the mood for something different. They believe that good food and fun should go hand-in-hand—which is why their unique cooking and grilling sauces will make any dish pop with flavor!
Made from gluten-free ingredients, this small-batch company produces all of its tasty sauces in the USA. Sauces like Theo's Steakhouse can be used on their own or combined with other ingredients to make something extra special.
Theo's Steakhouse is the perfect way to make your favorite cuts of meat (like these bbq pork ribs in oven) even more impressive. You'll experience a combination of sweet and spicy flavors paired with mesquite for one great taste we know you will love.
Plus, thanks to containing a hickory smoke flavor, you get that great grill taste without the grill!
Cooking instructions for these tasty BBQ pork ribs in oven
Preheat your oven to 250 degrees.
Place the ribs meat side down on heavy-duty foil. Using the back of a spoon or a butter knife, run it across the ribs until it goes underneath the membrane so you can gently pull it off. If any stubborn membrane remains, prick the area a few times with a sharp knife.
If you're using a dry rub, now is the time to apply it to the ribs. Liberally apply it to all sides of the ribs and store the remainder in an airtight glass jar for future use.
Best BBQ pork ribs in oven Dry Rub
- 3/4 cup packed brown sugar; 2 tablespoons each of salt, onion powder, and paprika; 1 tablespoon each of ground mustard and garlic pepper; 1 teaspoon each of cayenne pepper and allspice
Do this step the night before to get an extra flavor punch if you have the time.
Wrap the ribs meat side down in aluminum foil, making sure to seal them up tightly. This will help to keep them moist while they cook. Transfer to a sheet pan.
Place the wrapped ribs in the oven and let them cook for about two hours.
When two hours are up, remove the ribs from the oven, and increase the temperature of the oven to 350 degrees.
Open up the foil and drain the juices to set aside.
Baste the ribs everywhere (front, back, sides) with Elda's Kitchen Theo's Steakhouse Sauce, the drained juices, and your favorite bbq sauce.
Return the ribs to the oven with the foil opened and the meat side up. Bake in 10-minute intervals, basting the meat side of the rack each time with Elda's Kitchen Theo's Steakhouse Sauce, the drained juices, and your favorite bbq sauce for about 30-40 minutes total.
If you want extra crispiness, place the ribs under the broiler for the last 10 minutes or so. Enjoy!
We served this delicious rack of bbq pork ribs with roasted potatoes made with Elda's Kitchen Garlic & Herb Sauce and a simple green salad.
Garlic Herb Potatoes Recipe
We cut russet potatoes into eight equal wedges for the garlic herb potatoes and tossed them with olive oil, Elda's Kitchen Garlic & Herb Sauce, salt, garlic pepper, parsley, and paprika.
After placing each potato wedge skin side down on a baking sheet, we baked them for about 35 minutes at 425 degrees.
Elda's Kitchen Garlic & Herb Sauce is super versatile too. We love that it can partner up with any dish and is great on its own or as an ingredient in so many other meals!
It was the perfect summertime meal! I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we did. Until next time, happy cooking!