Pork Ribs are delicious and easy to bake in the oven. If you follow a few simple steps they will be wonderfully tender. Slow baking them is the key so it takes a few hours but the process is easy and well worth it.
First, prepare the pork ribs by removing the membrane on the inside. While this isn’t mandatory it makes the ribs much more tender. Use a butter knife or chop stick to lift the member slightly then you should be able to use your fingers to remove it entirely.
(if it gets too slippery a kitchen towel will help. Generally it isn’t too difficult to remove).
Season both sides generously with Jim’s Meat Rub, or salt and pepper, or seasonings of your choice. Rap tightly with 2 layers of aluminum foil to ensure the ribs are totally sealed.
Bake for 3-4 hours at 135 C (275 F). Uncover ribs while leaving the foil underneath and brush with your favorite barbeque sauce (if desired). Change the oven setting to grill and cook at 190 C (375 F) for 30 minutes or until ribs start to caramelize.
I typically serve mine with fried potatoes of some kind and corn (preferably fresh corn if in season). Delicious!