Roasted Beef RibsI love pork ribs, they are one of my favorite summer treats. If you were to search pork ribs you would never run out of different ways to cook them. My husband and I like to break from the normal occasionally by doing beef ribs. I think these are not as popular or maybe not as easily found. Either way when cooked correctly these are outstanding. We generally put these on the barbeque but we wanted to try them in the oven. My sister is always making these in the oven and they practically melt in your mouth!
2 racks of beef ribs
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
Remove ribs from package and cut the racks in half. Take your roasting pan remove the lid and fill it 3/4 with water. Season your ribs with the garlic powder, salt, pepper and chili powder (to taste). Be liberal with the seasoning so that your ribs are evenly coated. Place ribs on your roasting pan, meat side up and cover with foil. Make sure the foil is snug so that the steam from the water stays in.
The ribs will stay in the oven at 350 for 2 hours - then remove the ribs and baste with your favorite barbeque sauce. Place back in the oven at 400 degrees for 30-40 minutes. This will crisp up the ribs a little and finish roasting.
Once ribs are done, cut into individual bones andserve immediately with additional sauce for dipping!