Singing:
I want my lazy back, lazy back, lazy back.
I want my lazy back, lazy back, lazy back.
Lazy, lazy back ribs.  Duo’s lazy back ribs.

If you’re reading this, I hope you tried to sing that out loud.  If you didn’t, go back and do it.  Ha!

Lazy back ribs – what is that?  It’s my quick version of “slow cooked ribs” (cooked in store-bought BBQ sauce mixed with mustard and basic seasoning).  That’s it.  Keeping it simple.

If you’re feeling lazy like me, try this lazy recipe.  It’s fast, easy, and delicious!

Here’s what you’ll need:
2 full racks of baby back ribs
1 cup BBQ sauce (any kind)
1/4 cup spicy brown mustard
Garlic powder
Salt
Pepper

Quick Baby Back Ribs Recipe

1) In a bowl, mix a cup of BBQ sauce with a quarter cup of spicy brown mustard (this will balance out the sauce so that it’s not too tangy/sweet).  Set a quarter cup of the mixed sauce aside for basting.
Baby Back Ribs Sauce

2) Wash the racks of ribs.  My Mom taught me to always wash meat.  You never know what it touches in transport from the farmers to the markets/butchers.  Pat them dry & sprinkle both sides with salt, pepper, and garlic powder.  Then, pour/spread the sauce over the ribs.Baby Back Ribs Marinade

3)  Be sure to smother both sides with sauce.  Cover with foil, and bake at 275 degrees for 2 hours (I stole the timing from Steel’s dry rub recipe).Baked Baby Back Ribs

4)  After baking for 2 hours, remove it from the oven, and turn the broiler on high.  Baste the ribs with half of the sauce you saved, and put it under the broiler for 10 minutes, taking it out half way through to baste again.BBQ Baby Back Ribs

Broiling the ribs gives it that nice smoked BBQ look. Easy Baby Backs Ribs

Serve with roasted brussels sprouts and garlic parmesan potatoes.  Mmm!  Baby Back Ribs

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