Who has time to deal with fussy cooking or fussy eaters..and being a full-time mom today, as I am EVERY day, I realized, Holy Ribola!! I have to make dinner tonight!!

And what to make?? Well, how about some QUICK and EASY Baked RIBS! Just Make ‘Em , Ok, Just Make ‘Em. No measuring, no fuss. Just make these Ribs and enjoy! 

What you need to get started:

1st Preheat oven to 400F.

Now, you’ll need these ingredients:

2 Racks of Pork Ribs
Sea Salt
Soy Sauce
Any BBQ Sauce
Olive Oil
21 Seasoning blend, Trader Joes brand or your fav spice blend
Tolosa Balsamic Black Fig Vinegar or  Any Dark Balsamic Vinegar

Here are the 6 ingredients I used:

 To Make Ribs:
Lay the rib racks on a cookie sheet. I put them on top of aluminum foil b/c my cookie sheet is on its last leg. So,  then, slather ribs with olive oil and sprinkle pepper and sea salt over both sides of ribs generously.  Then lay ribs with rib meat up for more slathering. 

Slather ribs with remaining ingredients.. soy sauce, fig balsamic, 21 seasoning blend and bbq sauce. Now, I did not measure anything. I literally just poured it on and smeared it all around together with a silicone basting brush.

Bake in oven for total of approx 1.5 hrs. But here is what I did with the time and temperatures.  
The first 1/2 hour I baked them at 400F on cookie sheet.
Then reduce temp to 375F for second 1/2 hour but covered them with aluminum foil at this point.
Then I reduced the temp ONE more time to 350F for additional 30 min longer.  Remove from oven and let them rest for another 5 or so mins while covered with aluminum foil.


Voila!   I removed them from oven and they were amazing. You will know its done b/c they are browned like the picture and then the meat should fall off the bone and melt in your mouth. 

My big thing here is that even my daughter liked these! She had me pull the meat off the bone and she LOVED it.   Now we have dinner for two nights and I bought the ribs on sale for $5.00 a rack (no, I am not kidding).  So, for $10 plus some of the slathering of ingredients, and some homemade mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli  It is all done in a matter of one cookie sheet and a few ingredients!