Baby back ribs
will melt in your mouth when baked in a
cast iron dutch oven
! They’re juicy, fork-tender and delicious!
– baby back ribs – dry rub seasoning – barbecue sauce
Pull the membrane or connective tissue off the back of pork so the spice rub can penetrate the meat.
Mix dry rub ingredients in a small bowl.
Sprinkle dry rub over the front and back of baby back pork ribs. Rub it in well on both sides.
Cover ribs and bake at 350 degrees for 2 hours until they're fork tender and fall off the bone!
Slather on your favorite BBQ sauce and broil for a few minutes.
Dutch Oven BBQ Ribs are easy to make and so tasty, you'll be in hog heaven as soon as you take your first bite!
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