You don’t have to grill to enjoy delicious barbecue pork riblets. The key to fall off the bones ribs is time – and you can do that indoors as well. And unlike grilling or crockpot cooking, there’s no need to baste! This is one of the best pork recipes you can add to your recipe box.
These are finger-licking, fall off the bone, bbq flavored ribs. I used pork riblets that have smaller bones than regular pork ribs, and I think softer in the meat after they are cooked. This bbq riblets recipe only uses three ingredients. It’s a simple recipe for a finger-licking dinner. This recipe will also work with regular cut ribs.
You’re only an hour and a half away from a delectable BBQ dinner. You can also serve them alongside BBQ chicken drumsticks or a large bowl of chicken wings as appetizers for your next bring a dish event.
This recipe is also nearly no-prep. There is no marinade to wait for — you can get started right away. And riblets are small and cut from the underside of the spare ribs of a full rack of ribs, so they’ll easily fit into your usual kitchen cookware. Plus, they’re from a cut that’s even more flavorful than baby back ribs!
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Simple 3 Ingredient Oven Baked BBQ Riblets
- Oven safe dish
- BBQ sauce, I use Stubb's
- 1 tsp salt
- 2 lb riblets
- Boil the riblets in a large pot with just enough water to cover the meat by adding a teaspoon of salt to the water for flavor. Boil for 40 minutes.
- Preheat oven to 350F.
- Drain the water and put the riblets in an oven safe dish. (I also like to cut the riblets into smaller pieces). Cover all the riblets with BBQ sauce, they get more flavor of the bbq if you put more sauce, but it depends on your taste with how strong you want them.
- Cover the dish in foil, and put in the oven at 350F for another 30-40 minutes, depending on how your oven works and how many riblets you have. *They will come out hot! So be careful when you take off the foil. Enjoy!