I experimented with a variety of methods, and finally got my favorite flesh-and-blooded Lejieshi grilled ribs (I’ve been thinking about it since Beijing’s Lejieshi closed), and I remember the most popular President of the House of Cards. Love?
Apply salt to both sides of the ribs, crushed black pepper, minced garlic and whole spices, put them in a fresh-keeping bag, and put them in the refrigerator for a day and night. (Because the oven is small, I cut a rib row into 4 pieces)
Lay aluminum foil in the baking tray and drain the ribs on the paper
Cover the ribs with a piece of aluminum foil and fold the edges with the lower aluminum foil to seal as tightly as possible. After the oven is preheated, put it in the baking tray after 150 degrees, 3 hours.
After taking it out, let it stand for 15 minutes, then open the aluminum foil paper. If there is any oozing oozing, then brush a large amount of barbecue sauce on both sides.
The highest temperature of the oven, baked for 5 minutes, baked. Absolute flesh and blood separation, fresh and incomparable.
When you start to marinate, the salt is not too much. Black pepper can be added in large quantities. The synthetic spices are handled according to your own taste. I added a variety of spices found in the kitchen, including basil leaves, vanilla leaves, and rosemary. The minced garlic can be added or not. The taste of barbecue sauce looks like personal preference. The key to doing well is low temperature and slow roasting. Never raise the temperature arbitrarily.