Barbecued ribs are a popular dish for their great flavor and juiciness. And this can be prepared with the oven. There’s no need for a grill at all. One temperature normally used is 350 degree Fahrenheit. So how long to cook barbecue ribs in oven at 350 degrees? In this article, we like to talk about the cooking time as well as tips for a better BBQ ribs.
It takes 1 hour to cook barbecue ribs in the oven at 350 degrees. At this temperature, the BBQ ribs will be well done both inside and outside and the result will be more similar to as if they had been grilled since they will be quite roasted on the outside.
The master trick to prevent our ribs from burning on the surface during baking is to put a layer of aluminum foil on the tray to shield the meat from the direct heat of the oven. This prevents the meat from being burned on the outside. It also helps the heat to be distributed more evenly, avoiding any cold areas on the meat. Another trick is to remove the aluminum foil half an hour before removing the ribs from the oven so that in those last minutes they are well roasted. To ensure that our ribs come out juicy is to hydrate the ribs with sauce every 15 or 20 minutes. In this way, the ribs will be less dry and will have much more flavor.
At high temperatures, the barbecue ribs are really crispy. However, the inside is not so tender, which may not be to everyone’s taste. If you like the meat to be more tender, you can cook the barbeque ribs at a low temperature of 120-130 degrees Fahrenheit for about 4 hours. At this low temperatures, the meat will retain more of its flavor and juices. It also be easier to detach the meat from the bone when eating the ribs.
Here is the recipe to cook barbecue ribs in the oven.
The best tip to speed up the baking is to wrap them in aluminum foil as it will allow us to increase the oven temperature without burning the ribs. If you are not using foil, one tip is to turn them from time to time so that they cook more evenly on all sides and in less time.
Some examples of side dishes that go perfectly with barbecue ribs are French fries, potato wedges, mashed potatoes, spaghetti with cheese sauce, or roasted cauliflower with garlic.