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    I have never tried Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce and I called Albertson's the other day to see if they sell it and they do. I want to bake bbq ribs slowly in the oven.....how long would it take for them to get done if I baked them really low...like at 200*? I will buy the meaty ribs..not the ones that don't have much meat on them. Do I make them with a lid on the pan or off? I would think with the lid..but..thought I would ask in here to make sure. Thx for any help.
    Last edited by Roxy; 08-08-2008, 11:32 AM.

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    I found out how to cook ribs fromr recipegoldmine. Make sure you put tin foil or something down on the bottom of the oven or else you'll have a mess!

    Heat your oven to 275 degrees F. If you have more time, you can set the oven at 250 degrees F, and it will take about 4 hours to do.

    Place a cake pan of hot water on the lowest rack. You may need to add water to this near the end.

    Place the ribs in the oven bone side DOWN...you will NOT turn these over (this allows the fat to "travel" through the meat and leave all that flavor behind)!! Place them on a wire rack directly above the water pan and going in the same direction�you want to catch any drippings in this water pan.

    After 1 1/2 hours of cooking (NOT BEFORE!!), spritz or mop the ribs with a mixture of 3 parts apple juice and 1 part oil. Do this every 1/2 - 3/4 hour until done.

    To test for doneness, you can look at the bones and watch for the meat to pull back from the ends OR you can use the toothpick test�insert a toothpick between the bones and if it goes through easily they are done.

    Finally......ALWAYS apply any sauces 20 minutes prior to eating...this will avoid the sugars burning and turning black...and believe me, there is loads of sugar in every BBQ sauce!

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