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90 Second baked baby back ribs recipe

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Do you know you want some baby back ribs, but don't think you have time to make them? Think again. This recipe takes the toil out of making your favorite baby back ribs by utilizing your oven. With a little know how and 90 seconds of prep time, you can be enjoying dinner tonight and still kicking your feet up. Be sure and watch the video for step-by-step directions that are oh-so-easy. Here's what you will need.

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Supplies Needed:

  • Aluminum foil
  • Large knife
  • Oven
  • Grill

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Cut a piece of aluminum foil about 10 inches longer than your ribs and place it shiny side up on the counter.
  2. Next, place your baby back ribs in the center of the foil.
  3. Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.
  4. Peel and smash as much garlic as you desire with the side of your knife.
  5. Spread the garlic all over the meat.
  6. Generously salt and pepper the meat.
  7. Place fresh parsley all over the ribs.
  8. Pull the aluminum foil up and fold down, securing the ends also, making a package for baking your ribs in.
  9. Bake at 500 degrees for 30 minutes, then turn down the heat to 250 degrees for another hour and half or until fork tender.
  10. Finally, to get that crispy yummy finish you will want to spread your homemade BBQ sauce all over the ribs and caramelize it onto the ribs on the grill for a burst of intense flavor.

*Tip: if you don't have access to a grill, you can either use a grill pan on the stove or broil in your oven to achieve a similar result.

Now, aren't you glad you discovered what you can do in the kitchen with just 90 seconds of preparation? This is one recipe you and your friends and family will enjoy for years to come.

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