These delicious oven-baked keto juicy ribs recipe is the perfect and easy way to make flavorful, and great-tasting pork ribs in your oven.
JUICY KETO RIBS – OVEN BAKED RECIPE by Kim Hardesty
Oven-baked keto juicy ribs are very easy to make without following complicated methods.
How To Bake Ribs In The Oven:
Remove the sheath from the back (bone side) of the ribs.Lay the oiled and seasoned rack of ribs on a sheet pan.Cover them with foil.Bake in a 275 F preheated oven for 2 – 2 1/2 hours until tender.Brush the ribs with your favorite barbecue sauce.Broil.
NOTE: When using a convection oven, remember to lower your oven temperature by 25 degrees if your oven doesn’t do it automatically.
FINISH UNDER THE BROILER OR FINISH ON THE GRILL:
After cooking, slather the barbecue sauce on the rack of ribs and finish under the broiler or on the grill. This step caramelizes the sauce. When the sauce caramelizes, it tightens up a bit, giving it that sticky, finger-licking texture that makes these ribs so delicious.
Whether you grill or broil is up to you. The grill imparts a smoky flavor, but finishing under the broiler is easy, especially if you don’t own a grill.
WHAT STYLE OF RIBS SHOULD WE USE IN THE OVEN?
For a great BBQ rib style, prefer baked pork ribs. Baby back ribs are best because they are a little leaner and have more meat. And because they are cooked low and slow, oven-baked baby back ribs come out tender and juicy. They typically cost a little more.
HOW MANY RIBS PER PERSON?
Each rack of baby back ribs has approximately 12 ribs and will feed 3 people at 4 ribs per person. If serving other meats, it’s customary to serve two ribs per person.
Oven-Baked Keto Juicy Ribs
For Keto Dry Ribs:
For Sauced Keto Ribs:
Calories 445kcal | Carbohydrates 3.39g | Protein 37g | Fat 32.5g | Saturated Fat 11g | Cholesterol 134mg | Sodium 582mg | Potassium 467mg | Fiber 0.6g | Sugar 0.79g | Vitamin A 40IU | Calcium 59mg | Iron 1.4mg