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*Disclaimer* I would not be oven baking ribs if I had the choice. It is embarrassing to even post this, but I am desperate.

 

I have been living in Seoul for a year and a half and left my smoker in storage because I knew I'd have no place to smoke at. I have occasionally had ribs at restaurants and they just are never as good as mine (read Jeffs). 

 

So, with all that said, I need to make my own damn ribs, even if it is in the oven. Can you guys offer up some good methods? I have seen as simple as just wrap in foil and leave it in for 3 hours at 350. What's the consensus?

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Originally Posted by Onoku View Post

*Disclaimer* I would not be oven baking ribs if I had the choice. It is embarrassing to even post this, but I am desperate.

I have been living in Seoul for a year and a half and left my smoker in storage because I knew I'd have no place to smoke at. I have occasionally had ribs at restaurants and they just are never as good as mine (read Jeffs). 

So, with all that said, I need to make my own damn ribs, even if it is in the oven. Can you guys offer up some good methods? I have seen as simple as just wrap in foil and leave it in for 3 hours at 350. What's the consensus?

No shame bud, sometimes ya gotta improvise... Don't be embarrassed, ya just have to use what ya can when ya can ! Would like to see some Q view if possible ! Trying to think of some alternative methods for ya & I'm sure some of the folks on here will do the same !
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Get a deep pan and put a rack in the bottom of it.  Add about 1 inch of water to the pan.  Splash in a teaspoon of Wright's Liquid Smoke.  Season ribs as desired and place them on the rack (should be above the water.)     Cover pan with plastic wrap and then cover that with aluminum foil.  Bake @ 250 for 3-4 hours, depending on how tender you want the ribs to be.

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Thanks for the response Demo, sounds like a decent method, though I will probably skip the plastic wrap. I've never tried the liquid smoke.

 

Anyone else (+1 to above or other advice)?

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