This recipe is our favorite because it is so low-maintance but high in flavor. Its utilizes store bought barbecue sauce or whatever spice rub you desire. The emphasis then is not on the ingredients but, the process of baking the ribs on low heat for a good chunk of time. The great thing about this recipe is that you can play around with multiple flavors and come out with delicious ribs as long as you bake your ribs at 225 F degrees for 3.5 to 4 hours depending on whether your'e using baby back ribs or St. Louis style ribs.
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In a classic confit, meat cooks —and is then preserved— in its own fat. Here, lemons cook in their own juices to become the basis for an overnight marinade.
These ribs are messy, sticky, and the meat falls off the bone. This dish is not for the dainty. Rather, these ribs are for those who are OK with being a hot mess!
With an easy-to-make marinade and a sweet, tangy sauce, this recipe is must-keep. This recipe can be cooked on a grill, too, which gives you the option to enjoy this Hawaiian delight both in and outdoors.
Country-style pork ribs get dressed in salty, sweet, and tangy sauce in this recipe. Pair it with your slaw of choice and creamed corn and you're set for a successful, flavor-packed dinner!
We love this recipe because all the prep work can be done in advance so when you have company coming over, all you have to do is bake these ribs for two hours with very little babysitting and voila! You have an impressive, delicious meal!