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Hey yo! I have been wanting to post the recipe for baby back ribs for the longest time, but it’s really not easy to find this succulent piece of meat in Singapore. Finally I found it at Carrefour! Again, like other “angmoh” ingredients, the price don’t come cheap.

But I’m such a sucker for western food! In the end, I wasted no time in getting the best slab of ribs and was already in ectasy by the time I reached the cashier.

Anyways, here goes!

Broiled to divine goodness!

Broiled to divine goodness!

BBQ Baby Back Ribs (Yields 1 serving)

Baby back ribs – 1 rack


Garlic salt – 1 tbsp

Brown sugar – 1 tbsp

Paprika powder – 1 tsp

Pepper – half tsp

BBQ sauce – 1 cup


1. Rub all dry ingredients onto ribs in the following order – garlic salt, brown sugar, pakprika powder, pepper. Leave for 15 minutes. Place ribs in a zip-lock bag and pour BBQ sauce into the bag, make sure the whole ribs is covered. Chill for 24 hours or longer.

2. Pre-heat oven at 110 degrees Celsius. Remove ribs from marinate and place it on a large piece of aluminum foil. Wrap the ribs tightly in the foil and pop into oven. Bake at 110 degree Celsius for 3 hours and if possible, 4. Remove ribs from aluminum foil every 1 hour to add more BBQ sauce to the meat. This will ensure the meat falls off the bones when it’s done!

3.  After 4 hours of baking, remove ribs from foil and place ribs on a broiler rack. Add more sauce again. Broil on high for 15 minutes or until the sauce has caramelized and meat has browned nicely.

4. Serve with a side salad (optional)






  1. This blog’s great!! Thanks :).

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