Recipe by cbowen76
"Great sweet and tangy BBQ sauce. This recipe can be used for all types of ribs."
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3 1/2 pounds
country style pork ribs
Made for Recipe Group. Really good flavor on the sauce. I used Heinz chili sauce. I covered the pan while cooking although the recipe doesn't say covered or uncovered. I think next time I would drain the juices off when I add the sauce and then cook uncovered the last 30 minutes or so. Thanks for the recipe!
Recipe Group: The whole family enjoyed these ribs! I convect roasted, covered, for an hour at 325 while I let the sauce simmer. I ran out of chili sauce so I added a bit of ketchup, then realized we didn't have any beer so I subbed root beer :) Then I poured the sauce over the ribs and covered again, roasted for 30 minutes then took off the cover and went another five minutes to glaze the top a bit. Falling off the bone and tasty, thanks for sharing the recipe!
The sauce for this recipe is really good, but is fairly spicy and I only used about a 1/4 cup Sriracha for chili sauce and ketchup for the rest. I put mustard on a second batch of ribs for the first hour of baking, and actually liked this batch more.
Also note, since the sauce isn't added until the last hour, you can make the sauce after you put the ribs in the oven, no need to wait if you're running a little short on time.
Made this for Recipe Group...I liked it, but I think the cooking time for the ribs were off...they came out pretty dry. Hubby wasn't big on the sauce, but me and the little guy thought it was great! In fact, I thought this sauce would be great over cocktail meatballs for an appy, which is what I may try next time. All in all, it was tasty, but do keep check on the ribs, so they don't overcook like mine did. Thanks for sharing. :)
This was delicious my entire family loved it. Note: Chili sauce is not spicy. Heinz chili sauce comes in a glass bottle like their cocktail sauce. It is a thicker slightly sweeter ketchup type sauce. Substituting sriracha and ketchup doesn't come close to what this is supposed to taste like.
I give this 4 1/2 stars. I think the sauce is awesome! Deduction of half a star for it needing to be cooked probably another hour to get fall apart tender. It was a little tougher than we would have liked. Other than that this was fantastic!
Recipe Group Selection: 27, December 2014 ~ My husband and I really enjoyed this New Year's Day dinner. I purchased a 2 lb. package of boneless country ribs, so I halved the sauce recipe. The sauce thicken nicely and added a nice flavor to the ribs. I added sauerkraut and potatoes to the pan when baking the ribs. Also served, 'Pumpkin Cornbread' and 'Classic Texas Caviar' both from AR. It was a wonderful "good luck" new years meal.
I liked it. It needed to cook longer. I made it with the sririchi and ketchup. Had a definite tang. Much better the next day when I made it into bbq sandwiches
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Oven Roasted Ribs
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 290
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