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pre-baking baby back ribs

deepsouthdeepsouth Posts: 1,788
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
i'm a newbie barbeque'er, so i'm always seeking out tips...... before i did baby back ribs the first time, my father said i should season them up good, wrap them ni foil and bake them between 45 minutes and an hour and fifteen minutes, which would lessen the cooking time and tenderize the ribs.

i then unwrap the ribs, re-season them and put cook them indirectly on the BGE until they look like they are supposed to.

this seems to work pretty well, but i'm wondering if there is a downside to it??????

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