I feel almost poetic when the smell of Oven Roasted Dry Rub Ribs wafts into the atmosphere. Oh, it’s a wonderful scent, that creates excitement in your belly and makes your mouth water. Imagine this on Super Bowl Sunday during the halftime show.
If you can, well, here’s a recipe for Oven Roasted Dry Rub Ribs that will get you there.
Pork rib lovers step right up! These ribs are wonderful, blessed by a smoky, sweet rub that are cooked in the oven, slow, until the meat begins to fall of the bone. Oven Roasted Dry Rub Ribs are a perfect game day dish, a couple slabs will make a crowd of supporters very happy.
When it’s too cold outside to grill, roasting in the oven is a great substitute. There are some flavor trade offs, in particular smokiness. To combat this, the rub should be full of flavor using herbs and spices that come together without outshining each other.
Cooking a slab of Oven Roasted Dry Rub Ribs is very satisfying, they’re so easy to create. You simply scatter the rub ingredients over the ribs, let the ribs sit for 10 minutes, then pop them in the oven. The rub will do its work under a slow heat for three hours. While you wait you can create other fun dishes which are also great for a crowd. Here’s a few suggestions:
- Parmesan Thyme Truffle Fries
- Bourbon BBQ Sliders with Coleslaw
- Bacon Cheddar Dip
- Dirty Chips
- Chicken Taco Cupcakes
If you’re not having a crowd to visit, but still want to enjoy a rack of ribs, well don’t let me stop you. Get yourself some wine and/or beer and enjoy.
Give this Oven Roasted Dry Rub Ribs recipe a try. If you’re a lover of pork ribs, you will love they’re great taste.