These oven-baked beef ribs are cooked low and slow in the oven for incredible results. Marinated with liquid smoke, spice rub, and braised in BBQ sauce to provide tender yet succulent meat.
Baking short ribs in the oven is one of the easiest ways to prepare them, needing only a little bit of prep and a few hours in the oven. Cooked until perfectly tender, these beef ribs are coated in spices and BBQ sauce to ensure each mouthful is as good as the last.
While barbecue cooking may reign supreme, this recipe is here to show you that we can achieve equally delicious results in the oven. Marinated, tented in foil, and cooked at a low 250°F, these come out as juicy and tender as any other beef rib recipe.
What are chuck short ribs?
Chuck short ribs come from the top of a cow’s body, also known as the chuck area. They almost always consist of rib bones that are the first four or five on each side of its rib cage. These common types of ribs are popular for their high amount of meat and fat, and are incredible straight off the bone.
Their high meat content makes them perfect for marinating before slow roasting. Their distinct beef flavor makes them popular in Korean cuisine and goes well with gochujang sauce.
What to serve with oven-baked beef ribs with
These oven-baked back ribs are delicious on their own but you can also serve them with sauces, such as BBQ sauce or teriyaki sauce. If you are using the recipe as an entree, a side dish of mashed potatoes, fries, or white rice is the ideal accompaniment.
To take the flavor of these oven-baked beef ribs to another level, try adding a dash of orange juice to your tented foil. The acidity will cook into the meat while it’s in the oven, adding more sweetness while also tenderizing the beef.