How To Cook Cross Cut Short Ribs In The Oven


6 lbs Beef Cross Cut Short ribs or Beef Dinosaur Ribs Also known as Dino Ribs
4-6 tablespoons olive oil
Two tablespoons of garlic powder
Two tablespoons of onion powder
Four tablespoons of brown sugar
Two teaspoon paprika
Two teaspoon chili powder
Two teaspoon salt
Four teaspoons oregano
Six tablespoons Char-B-Que
Two tablespoons of Louisiana cajun seasoning

Cross Cut Short Rib Served With Mashed Potatoes and Steamed Then Sauteed Green Beans

In Case You Don’t Have Louisiana Cajun Seasoning, Here Is The Mixture

Paprika, kosher salt, ground black pepper, onion powder, ground white pepper, thyme, dried oregano, cayenne pepper, garlic powder

Raw – Before Placing Into The Oven


  1. Rinse and dry the ribs 
  2. Spray some olive oil over the ribs 
  3. Mix All the seasoning and sprinkle over the ribs
  4. Massage the spices into the ribs, and add more olive oil if needed.
  5. Place the ribs in a ziplock bag and marinate in the refrigerator for 1-4 hours (it won’t damage the meat if you leave it longer).
  6. Preheat the oven to 250 Fahrenheit or 120 Celsius
  7. Place the ribs in a foil pouch; see instructions here on how to How Make a Foil Pouch (need to be sealed real tight, so steam does not leak out)
  8. Bake at the center rack of your oven for Four (4) hours. Check on it after the three & half-hour mark.
  9. When the cross-cut short ribs or Dino Ribs are completed to your liking, drain off the extra fat into a dish or pyrex so you can enjoy it as a gravy over rice, mashed potato, quinoa, or any other sides that you prefer.
  10. Pat the ribs with the preferred amount of Char-B-Que sauce (BBQ).
  11. Broil on low till the sauce is sticky. (this may not take lengthy so preserve a watch on it)
  12. Serve warm and enjoy with your side dishes; we made mashed potato and sauteed green beans my favorite combo
After Baking For Four Hours, Before Brushing with Chat-B-Que Sauce
After adding Char-B-Que Sauce and Placing It Back Into The Oven For 20 Minutes
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