BBQ PORK RIBS A LA MARCO (COSTINE DI MAIALE ALLA MARCO IN SALSA BARBEQUE)


Photo by Marco
    Someone I know absolutely loves this dish, so I wanted to be able to share it with you all, and to make it as easy and as delicious as possible!
Though making these ribs is stress-free, unfortunately my experience with cleaning the glassware they were baked in was totally the opposite. So, to help you cut some corners, I highly recommend that you either bake them in an oil coated glassware (or cast iron skillet), or I suggest lining these vessels with parchment paper.
    (For instructions on how to make your very own home-made BBQ sauce you can click here!)

BBQ PORK RIBS A LA MARCO 
(COSTINE DI MAIALE ALLA MARCO IN SALSA BARBEQUE)­čŹ┤
(Serves 4 meat-loving people)
Ingredients:
  • 2 racks of unseasoned baby back ribs (or short ribs - a cut of beef from the brisket, chuck, plate, or areas of beef cattle)
  • Home-made BBQ sauce, or any GF pre-made version
  • 3 cloves of garlic
  • A few leaves of fresh or dry rosemary
  • 2 tsp of EVO
  • 3 tsp of high-heat yielding oil to coat the glassware/cast iron skillet (or a sheet of parchment paper)
  • salt and pepper to taste
Let's get baking...
  • Soak the ribs in milk (or any milk substitute) overnight, or for at least two hours prior to cooking
  • When ready to cook, pre-heat the oven to 400F
  • Line up an oven-safe vessel with parchment paper, or coat ovenware with high-heat yielding oil
  • Remove the ribs from the liquid, and place them in the vessel
  • Sprinkle some salt and pepper on the meat
  • Cut or mince the garlic to garnish, or leave whole in its skin
  • Rub the meat with the BBQ sauce (top and bottom)
  • Sprinkle some rosemary and EVO, or your favorite oil
  • Put in the oven, and cook at 400F for 25 minutes or until pork reaches and internal temp of 145F
  • Remove the ribs from the bakeware, and serve hot with your favorite side dish (for some ideas, click here)
Buon Appetito!
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