I am usually one of those people who boil their ribs before they put them on the grill with some BBQ sauce. I do this for a couple of reasons, I do not have very much patience when it comes to cooking. I cannot stand to watch the grill. If I am grilling, I am usually also cooking something else at the same time and running inside and outside is not my thing so boiling them first cuts down the time greatly.
Well, that all changed when I was given the opportunity to try out some Kroger Private Selection Signature Rub. I checked out the flavor selection and decided to go with the Texas BBQ Rub and I picked up three racks of pork loin back ribs also because we were having our daughter and her boyfriend over for dinner while we were camping with my parents on the weekend.
Now, I remind you that I have never baked ribs before, I have always boiled them so all this rub stuff was a first for me but it was all just so simple. Really, I just opened the ribs, sprinkled about 1/3 of the Private Selection Texas BBQ Rub on each rack of ribs then wrapped them in aluminum foil and put them in the oven on 350 degrees for about four hours. Now, these ribs were literally falling off the bone, just how I like them.
And when camping you have a tiny little oven (which in ten years I have only ever used to bake biscuits) and I wasn't sure what to temperature to bake them on or for how long to bake them. These three racks of ribs took up the whole oven, I even had to squish them to get the door to close. The professional cooks on television say that the perfect rib meat should not fall off the bone but to me, the perfect rib meat does fall off the bone and these were perfect and my family agreed.
This Texas BBQ Rub had a little bit of a kick to it but it was not too spicy but the flavor was just amazing. It had tons of great flavor.
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