Paul's Brazed Country Ribs. Tender and full of flavor, this Braised Country Style Ribs Recipe is the perfect Sunday supper. They make the perfect comforting dinner for any cold night. During the last. half hour, uncover to allow the liquid to reduce and the pork to brown.
Ingredients of Paul's Brazed Country Ribs
- It’s 2 of or more Country Ribs, 1 or 2 per serving.
- Prepare of Water.
- It’s of BBQ Sauce.
Country style ribs are not really a rib. They're more like a thick, meaty pork chop. Here's how to make my slow braised country style ribs. As always, the full recipe with measurements and instructions, as well as a pdf printable document can be found further.
Paul's Brazed Country Ribs instructions
- Heat oven to 250f.
- Put ribs in a cast iron or any ovenproof pan and add water to about 1/2 way up on the ribs. Place on the middle rack of the oven. NOTE: I put aluminum foil all over the pan to make clean up a LOT easier. The sauce really sticks to the pan!.
- After one hour, turn over and bake for an additional hour..
- Pour off the water and raise heat to 400f. Baste ribs with BBQ sauce and bake one-half hour..
Country-style ribs are cut from the sirloin or rib end of the pork loin. Since they're perfect for those of us who want to use a knife and fork, I often use this cut for braising or cooking with Spanish-style rice. Dry ribs with paper towels, then rub all over with pepper. Heat oil in a large saute pan over medium-high heat until shimmering. In the meantime, if the braising liquid seems too thick. lbs country-style boneless pork ribs.