Sunday, April 27, 2008


The hubs and I were craving ribs lately so I decided to make them this weekend, along with an au gratin potato recipe I've been wanting to try. When I went to get the ribs I was able to find some boneless ribs, score. So this is the method I used to cook them:

1. Boil a large pot of water. Add ribs to the boiling water. Gently boil for 1 hour.
2. Remove from pot and drain on paper towels.
3. Season with garlic salt and pepper.
4. Set the oven to broil. Line a pan with aluminum foil. Place ribs on foil-lined pan and baste with your favorite bbq sauce.

5. Place pan under broiler for about 2 minutes. Remove, flip ribs, baste again, return to broiler for about 2 minutes. Repeat for each side and enjoy!

This method of cooking ribs is a combination of the way my family did it, and the method I found in Katie's blog.

To go with the ribs, I used Ashlee's potatoes au gratin recipe. It was really easy and good. I can imagine how great they would be if I didn't use low-fat cheese and if I would've doubled the amount of cheese.

Ribs would also go great with some homemade potato salad. Look for that in the blog this summer!


Ashlee Wetherington said...

yum! isn't that ribs cooking method the best?! i'm so loving all the summer food everyone is making!!!

Linds said...

Yum! I just showed Doug and he is dying. He wants me to make these tonight! LOL. Awesome job, I'm saving this recipe for sure!

Anonymous said...

Oh, those look SOOOOo good! I need to grill tonight and now i'm CRAVING ribs. Mmm....

Liv said...

OMG, this looks delicious! I heart potatoes au gratin like WHOA!