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How to Cook Corky’s Ribs

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Published on May 12, 2015

Ribs 101 - Jimmy Stovall from Corky’s BBQ gives us some tips on how to cook Corky’s Baby Back Ribs. Impress your guests with Memphis-Style BBQ in 30 minutes.

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Hi! Jimmy Stovall here from Corky’s Bar – B – Q from Memphis, Tennessee. I’ve got your baby back ribs and I’m going to show you the perfect way to cook them at your house every single time. All you do is thaw them in your fridge overnight or if you’re pinched for time, put them in some water in the sink for about 45 minutes and you’ll get them just right. Get you a sheet pan, and some scissors, cut the end off, it couldn’t be simpler. The sauce is already on there. You just take them out of the package just like this and onto the pan. Look at that big old slab. Extra sauce, that’s the best part. Liquid gold right here from Memphis. Squeeze the sauce down into that pan. You can save that for later for dipping or basting. Once you have them on your sheet pan, put a little bit of that extra sauce that we squeezed out of the bag right on top of there. That’s going to caramelize right down onto the ribs as they’re cooking. And here’s a tip that makes the ribs tender and juicy every single time. Take a little bit of water, just a little bit to fill the bottom of that pan up and keep that moisture in. Then cover it with foil. This is going to keep the ribs tender and juicy every single time. Put them in a 350 degree heated oven for about 30 minutes and then they’re done! Just like you went to the restaurant. Now I’ve got these out of the oven, peel this foil back and smell that aroma of down home Memphis barbecue. That’s the best part. Each rack serves about 3 people, but if you cut it into 2 and 3 bone sections, look how tender that is. Just falling right apart. That’s what you want with this barbecue. This goes a lot further. Put it on a tray, serve it with your favorite baked beans, coleslaw, corn on the cob just like we do at the restaurant. Your friends and your family will absolutely love it and all you did was cook them in your oven for 30 minutes. Now roll up your sleeves and dig in and enjoy some Memphis barbecue. By far, my favorite way to cook these ribs is to bring them outside and put them on the grill. Heat your grill up to low to medium heat, Put them bone side down, so the bones heat up slowly. Get that meat nice, tender and juicy. You’re going to flip them every 5 minutes or so for 15 minutes and you can baste them with that extra leftover sauce from the pouch that you put into the pot. You can’t get any better than this right here. Real Memphis barbecue.

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