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Tender fall off the bone Beef ribs cut into single ribs
Oven Baked Beef Ribs Recipe
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
3 hrs 30 mins
Total Time
3 hrs 45 mins

This Oven Baked Beef Ribs recipe is so easy. Dry rubbed with delicious seasoning, low temp baked slowly yield fall off the bone tender, juicy  meaty ribs that will be the hit of any BBQ party all in less than 15 minutes of work!

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: oven baked ribs recipe, beef ribs in the oven recipe
Servings: 8 2 ribs each
Calories: 366 kcal
Author: Michele Hall
  1. Preheat oven to 275°

  2. Line two baking sheets or roasting pans with foil.

  3. Remove beef ribs from their packaging.  If the silver skin/membrane is still on the back take a sharp object to get it started and them remove completely.  (I have a link to a video in the post for visual examples)

  4. In a small bowl mix the liquid smoke and mustard.  Slather that over both sides of the ribs.

  5. In another small bowl mix all of the dry spices and seasonings and stir to combine.

  6. Sprinkle dry mix over all sides of ribs, rubbing in with your fingers to cover all meat on the bones. 

  7. Onto another sheet of foil you will place one slab of rib onto the top and then close to seal in a pocket.  Do this for both slabs (you will have two packages.

  8. Place rib packet onto foil lined tray and bake for 3 hours.  Remove from foil and put back on baking sheet the ribs for the last hour.  You will cook the ribs until they are 200° for fall off the bone, about 1 more hour. 

  9.  If you choose to put on bbq sauce,  put the sauce on in this last open out of the foil baking.  The ribs are seasoned so nicely they don"t need sauce, but I have some family members that don't think ribs are ribs if you don't have them all saucy!  

  10. Remove from oven.  Let rest for 20 minutes, then cut into one bone sections and serve immediately.  

Recipe Video

Recipe Notes

Note:  Video shows the wet method of applying the spices.  Same spices just a little more intense flavor.  Both ways work equally well.