I think it should be fine. But I have probably less knowledge about beef ribs than you.
When you do that, how long do you slow cook and at what temp?I sometime do ribs in the oven wrapped in foil to slow cook. The ribs steam in the foil, I then coat with a BBQ sauce to finish under the broiler.
300 degrees. The reason I do it this way is to protect from drying out the meat. I'm not doing this with short ribs, I normally Braise those and cook in the oven for 4 to 6 hours in a 275 over in a covered pot. The kinds of ribs I do in foil are Baby back or St Louis style ribs.....When you do that, how long do you slow cook and at what temp?
That's great feedback - thanks a lot! So those were beef ribs yes? Short ribs or regular ribs? In any case that's definitely the way I'm going to go... except one more hour than I had in mind. Considering the size of those ribs and their bones, can't hurt.I just made ribs like that. Here's what I have written down in my notebook:
"Baked wrapped in foil @ 300°F for 4 hours. Perfect texture. Fall off the bone yet bouncy."
Short ribs. Flat bones. Giant ones though.So those were beef ribs yes? Short ribs or regular ribs?