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Sunday, January 2, 2011

# bbq # pork

Easy BBQ Boneless Pork Ribs

These Easy BBQ Boneless Pork Ribs are so easy that I was reluctant to post a recipe at first. But for those who think you can only grill ribs in the Summer, you'll be pleasantly surprised.

Easy BBQ Boneless Pork Ribs

Boneless pork rib sections are seasoned with salt and pepper, coated with bbq sauce, then baked to fall off the bone tenderness. Make sure you use "Pork" ribs in this recipe and not beef, beef tends to be a bit tougher and needs to be tenderized before baking.


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Easy BBQ Boneless Pork Ribs


Ingredients

8-10 Boneless Pork Rib Sections
2 cups of your favorite BBQ sauce. (We love Sweet Baby Ray's)
Salt and Pepper

Directions

Place 1 cup of the BBQ sauce into a large casserole pan.
Season the pork ribs with salt and pepper. Add them to the casserole pan, turning to cover both sides of the ribs with the BBQ sauce in the dish.
Cover the casserole pan with foil and place on middle rack of a pre-heated 325 degree oven. Cook for 1 hour.
Uncover the ribs and turn over. Pour the remaining cup of BBQ sauce over the ribs after turning.
Place foil back over the ribs and return to the oven for an additional 15 minutes.
Uncover the ribs and bake for 15 minutes more to allow them to caramelize a bit.


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27 comments:

  1. as always, it looks so very good!

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  2. Sounds Delish..Sometimes I"ll take these and boil them for 45 minutes. Then make a sauce with chili sauce and grape jelly..brush on meat, then grill. Will baste other meat while grilling. They are great..and my kids gobble them up faster then we can cut it up for them.

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  3. TY Kim and Tara. :)Kim - I boil my ribs a bit before I grill them in the Summer to.

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  4. These look delicious! We also parboil and bake our ribs before they go on the grill! Thanks for linking up for TT!

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  5. Oh my goodness...these ribs look delicious, I must have some ribs really soon. Thank you for sharing and you have a great week!

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  6. welcome to the supper club! this recipe is easy...but that is great...since we all find ourselves so busy these days. i love a recipe that is delicious and doesn't take loads of dishes or ingredients! thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club.

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  7. Love this! Would like to invite you over to Fat Camp Friday @ Mangoes and Chutney. The linky is up all weekend and one blogger from the linky party is featured every Wednesday.

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  8. This is exactly how I do my ribs, just bake at low temp for a few hours. Thanks for sharing with Fat Camp Fridays, hope to see you back next week with another great recipe!

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  9. I just made this with Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce, and oh my, it was delish!! Thank you for sharing this!

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  10. I am trying this as I write this comment ribs in the oven and see with fingers crossed they come out as good as the recipe sounds

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  11. I made these today for lunch. Yummy is all I can say. Thanks for the simple but delicious recipe.

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  12. 2nd time making this recipe...lov it!

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  13. I just made them to eat during Broncos vs Patriots. Delicious!

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  14. Trying these now hope they turn out good.

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  15. I just made these for dinner and they were so good! My fiancé and I loved it! I had no idea what to make for dinner until I came across this recipe. Thank you SO much for this!

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  16. Very nice recipe. A dash of liquid smoke at the beginning adds a barbeque touch. A dash of red wine vinegar makes them a little tangy.

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  17. Made these tonight. They were a little overdone but still the best ribs i've made. Next time I make them I'll reduce the cooking time a bit

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  18. Do you have to boil them first for cooking them in oven? I always boil them when I grill outside.

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  19. I always use SBRs, because it's the only store bought sauce I can find without dyes around here.

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  20. These ribs are hands down the best boneless bbq rib recipe I have ever made! I added some dried chives to the top of the seasoning before baking! I really didn't want a slow cooker recipe because I didn't want the ribs to dry out. I boiled quartered red potatoes, tossed in butter, salt, chives and shredded parmesan cheese as a side kick to these ribs! Super yum!

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  21. im super nervous about making this. the time it takes to cook im afraid they will be dry or tough... will keep posted... in the oven now! :-)

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  22. I'm cooking some ribs now for the first time! Thank you for this recipe as a single young mother of three quick and easy instructions are a blessing! I hope they come out as tasty as yours!

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  23. I love this recipe SO much! I've never cooked ribs that came out so perfectly. This is the second time I'm making them and my mouth is already watering just thinking about it. Thank you!

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  24. Do the ribs need to be boiled first with this recipe?

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  25. Was super BOMB! I Added more spices cause we like it spicy over here! Delishes!

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  26. I love ribs. I eat them all year long. Great recipe

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  27. My husband loves BBQ Ribs - I'll be making this for him soon...maybe this week!

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