Allrecipes.com, Deep South Dish and About.com offer oven-baked spare rib recipes. Each of these recipes direct users to apply a dry spice rub to the meat before roasting.
The Allrecipes.com recipe for tender pork spare ribs directs users to rub the spare ribs with a mixture of brown sugar, fajita seasoning and paprika. After refrigerating the ribs overnight, the recipe instructs users to preheat the oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, users mix Worcestershire sauce, garlic, mustard, honey and beer together in a bowl. The mixture is poured over the ribs, which bake for approximately 4 hours.
The Deep South Dish recipe for oven-baked spare ribs also requires the oven to be at 250 degrees. This recipe instructs users to apply a dry rub consisting of black pepper, garlic salt, chili powder, oregano and brown sugar to the spare ribs. After two hours, cooks pour commercially prepared or homemade barbecue sauce to the ribs and cook the ribs for an additional two hours.
About.com's easy baked spare ribs recipe instructs users to roast the spare ribs at 325 degrees for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. After applying a dry rub consisting of onion powder, garlic powder, and salt and pepper to taste, users pour a homemade barbecue sauce featuring bottled barbecue sauce, balsamic vinegar, ketchup and lemon juice over the meat while it roasts in the oven.