Air Fryer Ribs

Air Fryer Ribs

A tasty and easy dessert that’s perfect for any time of year are air-fried ribs. Tender, meaty baby back ribs paired with flavorful seasonings create an unforgettable feast.

Don’t wait for the weekend to enjoy these succulent air fryer ribs—they’ll quickly become a family favorite due to their speed and ease of preparation!


  1. Two tablespoons of paprika
  2. Four tablespoons of brown sugar
  3. One teaspoon salt
  4. 1 teaspoon each of pepper and garlic powder
  5. One teaspoon of onion powder
  6. Two cups of barbecue sauce
  7. Two pounds of baby back ribs of


  • After combining the dry rub ingredients in a bowl (paprika, brown sugar, salt, pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder), massage the mixture all over the ribs’ surface and transfer them to your air fryer.
  • Fry for ten minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit, then turn and continue to fry for an additional ten minutes.
  • After that, coat the ribs with your preferred barbecue sauce, air fry them for five minutes, open the basket, coat them again, and cook for an additional five minutes.
  • Use the air fryer for an extra five minutes if you’d like the barbecue sauce to have a little more sear.

Store Leftover Ribs.

  • Ribs that are left over can be refrigerated in an airtight container. The ribs will keep for three to four days.
  • Make sure that before storing your ribs in the refrigerator, they have cooled to room temperature.

Reheat Ribs In The Air Fryer.

  • Ribs reheat wonderfully in the air fryer! All you have to do is put the leftover ribs in the air fryer basket.
  • Cook them in the air fryer for 5 to 18 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit, turning them halfway through, or until they are thoroughly heated.
  • If you want the ribs to be really saucy, you may add spray them with some sauce before reheating.

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