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Amity Masonic Lodge No. 4 F.& A.M.
175 Main St., Silver City, NV 89428
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 11332, Reno, NV. 89510-1332


The following recipe is for Baby Back Ribs cooked in an oven bag.
What you will need:

1) One pack of baby back ribs, they usually come in a pack of three slabs per package. This is usually enough to feed 15 hungry Masons.

2) Two oven bags https://www.reynoldsbrands.com/products/cooking-bag-liners/oven-bags

3) Two 9” x 13” baking dish or baking sheets (large enough to contain 1.5 slabs of ribs).

4) One tablespoon of flour for each oven bag.

5) One 16 oz. bottle of Dale’s steak seasoning.

1. Preheat oven to 275 degrees F.

2. Cut the ribs to desired distribution width (usually two to three ribs per cut).

3. Sprinkle 1 tbsp. of flour inside each oven bag giving it a good shake to spread it around, per the box instructions.

4. Place ½ the total cuts in each bag, if using 8 oz. add 8 oz. of water so that the full amount of fluid added is 16 oz.

5. Place 8 to 16 oz. of Dale’s Steak Seasoning in each bag (If using 8 oz. add 8 oz. of water so that the full amount of fluid added is 16 oz.)

6. Secure each bag with the tie provided in the box and tuck the top of the bag under the side of the ribs.

7. Place the ribs back in the refrigerator to marinade if time permits.

8. When ready to cook your ribs preheat oven to 275 degrees F.

9. Cut 6 slits along the top of each oven bag.

10. Place the ribs on a baking sheet or baking dish in the oven and let cook for 3 to 3 1/2 hours, less time if you use a higher temperature.

11. After removing the ribs from the oven and letting them cool for a few minutes, carefully cut the bag open. Watch out for that steam! Apply 1/2-cup of barbecue sauce to the cooked ribs if desired.

NOTE: Variations in temperature, time and meatiness of the ribs will require vigilance, remember you are cooking pork.

Alternative for Easy Oven Bags Recipe for Fall-Off-The-Bone Pork Ribs


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