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How to Make Fall-Off-The-Bone – Ribs Recipes From Master Chef John

How to cook perfect ribs in 5 unique ways. Delicious. Chef John introduces some unique recipes and cooking methods with five past fan-favorite rib recipes.

How to Make Fall-Off-The-Bone


– Garlic ribs
– Tea braised ribs
– Sweet and sour pork ribs
– Smoked ribs
– Spicy Beef Ribs

You can make delicious, amazingly tender ribs with these recipes from Chef John. The process of smoking, braising, and frying creates unique, scrumptious flavors.


Preheat oven to 275°F (135C).

If the rib still has a thin film covering the back of the rack, remove it. See how to do it in the notes below.

Season both sides of the chops with a generous amount of salt and pepper. If you are using a spice rub, add the seasoning to the ribs now. Place ribs, meat side up, in a large roasting pan or rimmed baking sheet. (It may be necessary to cut the chops in half to fit the pan).

Cover the pan or baking tray tightly with aluminum foil (or wrap the rack in airtight foil packets and place on the baking tray).

Roast until the meat pulls easily from the bone, 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 hours. We want to check the ribs after 2 hours to see how they are progressing. Ribs are done when the meat is cooked and tender. You can tell if the ribs are done by piercing them with a sharp knife. You will have little or no resistance. You can also gently bend the ribs to see if the meat falls off the bone.

While the ribs are in the oven, make the barbecue sauce. Heat olive oil in a pan over medium heat.

Add onion and cook until soft and translucent, 5 to 8 minutes. Stir in the dill and cook for another 30 seconds.

Add ketchup, hot chili sauce, brown sugar and apple cider vinegar. Stir well, season with salt and cook for 2 minutes. Set aside to prepare the ribs for grilling.

How to Make Fall-Off-The-Bone

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