From Bims Kitchen a Smoky Baobab BBQ Ribs Recipe

by Hot Juan on February 7, 2012 · 1 comment

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Bims Kitchen Smoky Baobab BBQ Ribs Recipe

Yummie RIB's!!!!

James Adedeji from Bims Kitchen has sent us his recipe for BBQ Ribs, which uses his new Smoky Baobab BBQ Sauce. His technique for cooking the ribs is quick and simple and from the look of the last picture there is not much meat left on them bones.


4 whole racks of baby back ribs
20g any Bim’s Kitchen Spice Mix
1 tbs demerara sugar
3/4 tsp salt
1 jar Bim’s Kitchen Smoky Baobab BBQ Sauce
300ml water


Thoroughly combine the sugar, salt and spice mix and rub in to each rack of ribs. Leave the seasoned ribs for at least 15 minutes and then place into a suitable oven tray.

Carefully add about 300ml of water to the bottom of the tray and then seal the tray completely with aluminium foil. Place tray into an oven pre-heated to 250°C, cook for 30 minutes and then reduce temperature to 170°C for another 30 minutes.

Remove tray from oven and carefully open to let steam out. Baste the ribs, which should now be quite tender, thoroughly with the BBQ sauce. Leave to sit for at least 15 minutes and then place ribs on an oven tray and cook in the middle shelf of the oven for 20 – 25 minutes at about 160°C basting occasionally with more BBQ sauce if needed.

Tips: This recipe also works nicely with beef ribs but cooking times may need to be adjusted depending on the thickness of the ribs. The ribs can also be finished off on an outside bbq for an even smokier finish. Our Hot Tangy BBQ Sauce can be used in place of the Smoky Baobab BBQ Sauce.

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