I have a question about the recipe "Salt & Pepper Babyback Ribs" from lisina. Could these be done in the oven?
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Yes! What I would do is wrap them in heavy foil and cook them low and slow - 225 for an hour or so, then at the end unwrap and run them under the broiler to crisp them up. The longer on the low / wrapped stage, the more they will be fall-off-the-bone, and ideally you really want to grab the meat and pull it off with your teeth, but I HAVE done ribs much longer and they fell off the bone on their own ...
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"Much longer" and at lower temp is probably better still. You can spend a whole day on this if you have the time. Ribs can't be rushed.
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