52 thoughts on “How to Cook Great Ribs in the Oven”

  1. Hey there! Thanks for tuning in! This video has blown up to be pretty popular. I had responded pretty much to all comments but they got removed by YouTube when I switched my account over to a Brand Account. 🙁 Come check out some more recipes on the channel. There's over 120 awesome recipes on the channel and we started eating a lot more plants! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKt7-6KeYU8xPEVNuewc0o4Ib9Xn9GRXj

  2. Lol those things looked tough as shit when he was biting into them at the end of the video. You could hear the still intact muscle fibers tearing similar to beef jerky when he was pulling them away from his teeth. Pro tip – elevate them slightly, cover them better and cook them an extra hour with some liquid in the bottom of the pan.

  3. Found this recipe a couple years ago and everyone loves my ribs. Thanks so much for your awesome video. These are delicious every single time!!

  4. Dear @Marlon Doll, you're a fucking cocklord. I tried to follow your recipe and I just happened to live in a place where some fucking normal temperature units so, for the next time, I reccomend you say the DAMN WORD FAHRENHEIT when you propose a recipe. NOT thank you!!!!!!!

  5. What kind are the ribs? Spare Bibs, Baby Back Ribs, St Louis Style Ribs or Country Style Ribs? You cook each differently. . .

  6. Thanks. They we're sooooo good here I am a second time using your recipe. I recommend cleaning the pan as soon as possible before the cooked sugars turn to stone. We were going to throw the pan out but I took it outside and put baking soda and lemon juice and let it sit overnight in a thunderstorm, next day it cleaned up good as new.

  7. These ribs are a hit. I use smoked paprika instead. Remember to broil at 550 for about 10 -15 minutes after. And my secret sauce for the broil is Cattlemen’s Carolina tangy gold sauce!You will be salivating from the smell alone!!!

  8. Just Made Those Today… Some Of The Best Bbq Ribs I've Ever Had That Are Homemade… Thanks Man… Can't Wait To Have People Try Em On The 4rth Of July… 😁😁

  9. Thank you for the video. Me and my boyfriend broke up and he was the chef of the family. Now the kids are like omg mom wgat are you gonna do for the 4th of july..lol…So im going to try this right now. Thanks

  10. Should you let the ribs warm to room temperature before all of this or can you just take it out of the fridge and go?

  11. I put the rub and keep the ribs in the refrigerator over night. Layer the pan with onions, carrots, and home grown zucchini so the ribs won't stick to the pan and make a mess that is hard to clean. Then follow his instructions. I am having ribs for dinner tonight!

  12. Hi! We tried your recipe. Watch it on East VS West Ribs at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hh1QtCy4zuU&t=72s
    Please do drop by and check it out. Thank you for this simple and great tasting recipe. We enjoyed it alot! Take care!

  13. Just moved out and own my own, I got some ribs given to me at work from a co-worker. This turned out great! thanks for the effort!

  14. Why did you not take the silver skin or membrane off the back? Or did you. Thanks for the video

  15. Wrong. Use molasses in your rub and let the meat soak-in the rub overnight, and then do everything else the same as you did, except don't take them out of oven and slurry on BBQ sauce and then put them back in the oven; Rather get a zone fire going on an outdoor Weber type grill and then throw the ribs on the grill indirect heat, with some smoke chips, and then let them be on that indirect heat for 45 minutes to and hour mopping with your baster a little bbg sauce every 10 or 15 minutes and you'll get this nice bark on the outside from the caramelization of the BBQ sauce and molasses/brown sugar/spices coating. You need to break down the collagen in the pork. Guarantee your ribs are chewy there and not fall off the bone done.

  16. Im learning how to cook and it's my first time to do that and my family loves it. It's delicious! My family was surprised because they knew i never cook😘

  17. A pro tip is to run the spices thru a fine mesh strainer to blend them better and remove the clumps of brown sugar. Consistent spice coverage is key for balance.

  18. Just tried this and OMG best ribs ever! My first time cooking ribs was a success! Thank you! I will use this recipe and method again. Wish I could post a pic.

  19. so you said to put it on broil for 10 minutes. 10 minutes later my ribs are burned. thanks dude you didn't explain what type of broil. I had it on broil hi. fuck you for ruining my dinner. this explains why you have an off like and dislike ratio

  20. Good video but when it came up " liquid smoke " Gah, Stuff gives me a headache for days for some reason. I just rub my ribs down with HQ Olive Oil then S+P + Paprika. Perfect everytime.

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