- Hey everybody, I'm Joey, and today we're baking some ridiculous beef short ribs. Together we'll turn up the tasty, so follow me and let's get baked. ♪ This is how we get it done. ♪ ♪ This is how we do it do it, do it. ♪ ♪ Whoa. ♪ ♪ Whoa. ♪ ♪ This is how we get it done. ♪ ♪ Whoa. ♪ ♪ Whoa. ♪ - When most people think ribs, usually pork ribs come into mind. But the beef ribs should not be overlooked. And today we're using boneless beef short ribs. And I really like to think of these as the Kevin Hart of meat, they're relatively short, but will leave you with a smile on your face. Smoking beef ribs is always a great option, especially for bone-in ribs. But today we're gonna bake these boneless ribs and the result is going to be just tremendous. The first thing you want to do is preheat your oven to 300 degrees. Next, grab your seasoning. Today we're using Code 3 Spices Backdraft Rub. It's hot and smoky. This is not a paid endorsement. I just love this rub and this company. So the next thing we're gonna do is just go ahead and cook these thoroughly on all sides. This seasoning, when it's applied thoroughly, well, it's gonna create some really nice bark, really nice bite on the exterior of these ribs. Yeah, now I don't use sauce for these because, again, I find that sometimes that gets in the way of getting that really nice bark. This seasoning right here has a little bit of sugar in it, so it's gonna help it really crisp up the exterior. All right, so now that these are fully seasoned, it's time to get 'em on this rack. I do like to cook them on a rack so that air can circulate totally around the rib and allow it to really, kind of, crisp up as it bakes, versus putting 'em on the pan, sometimes you just get one side that's really extremely burnt, especially since this particular seasoning has a, as I mentioned earlier, a little bit of sugar in it. And we don't want these ribs to touch. We want a little bit of space between all of 'em. All right, so we have 'em in the oven. And this is gonna need to cook for just a little bit to render some of the fatty connective tissues that are found in the short ribs. Now I do not like to use bone-in short ribs for this recipe because I them up last night for about six hours straight. So the nice thing about the boneless short rib is that all that inedible fat has already been removed. So it's gonna result in a more tasty cut of meat that's more edible, simply put. But also because there is no bone, it's gonna cook a lot faster. So I'm gonna grab a beer and I'll be right back. All right, these were cooking in the oven for about an hour and a half. I pulled them out at an internal temperature of about 170, 175 degrees, right in that range for all of 'em. I would take a bone-in short rib to a much higher temperature, but as I mentioned at the beginning of the video, because these have been removed, all the inedible fat have been removed from these, I find that they're just perfect right here at this temperature. Also, because it's not, it's cooked to a temperature that's higher than well done to break down those tissues, there's no pink interior. So we're just gonna go ahead and get to this. Take a bite and see how it takes. Wow, this tastes absolutely fantastic. It has a little bit of a bark on the outside and you can really feel the heat coming through from that Backdraft Rub. It's mild, but man, is it fantastic. In closing, I just want to say thanks for checking out our video. Here at Red Meat Lover we're all about cooking meat made easy. If you like this video, please give us a thumbs up, like, or even better. Subscribe to our channel for future updates. We release new videos regularly. And in closing, I just want to say one more thing. Like I tell a lot of my guy friends, tongs before thongs. I'll see you next time. This is fantastic. Mmm, so good.
This week on Read Meat Lover we are baking boneless beef short ribs in the oven, if you are looking for a meat treat then this is the recipe for you!
When most people think ribs, usually pork ribs come to mind but the beef rib should NOT be overlooked. I like to think of them like the Kevin Hart of meat. They’re relatively short but will always leave you smile on your face.
Smoking beef ribs is ALWAYS a great option, especially for bone-in ribs. But today we’re going to bake these boneless ribs to show you an easier, faster option for the Mighty Mouse of meat.
This cut needs to be cooked low and slow to render the fatty connective tissues so it’s going to take some time about 1 and a half hours.
I prefer boneless short ribs for this recipe because the inedible fat and silverskin has already been trimmed away. As a result of less fat and no bone, they also tend to cook much faster, in about half the time. This a great dish to make for a get-together, there is not a lot of prep and a long enough cooking time that you can set it and forget it.
Give this recipe a try and let us know how it worked for you!
Till next time keep it tasty!
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