12 Reviews

This was just great! I made the sauce as written with the extra garlic and hot sauce, but I did cut down on the soy sauce since I only had regular. I think I would cut down a bit more next time (may 1/4 cup) because they were quite salty.After I browned the ribs I put them in a baking dish, covered them, and put them in a 275 degree oven. I left them for about 3 hours (2 or 2 1/2 would have been enough, I think). Then I uncovered them and coated them with some of the sauce that I had reserved. I broiled them for a few minutes. They were incredibly tender and the flavour was super! Thank you, Ozman for a delicious way to make country style ribs!

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Paja October 17, 2005

I feel bad, but felt these were just ok. I'm not sure what "mild" soy sauce is, and maybe that was the problem. I used reduced sodium soy sauce, as that's what I had on hand. The meat was tender, but a bit dry. Halfway through cooking, I tasted the sauce, and it tasted pretty bitter. I panicked and sprinkled some extra brown sugar on top of the ribs. It did help the taste. Was a very quick and easy recipe...I wish I liked the taste of the sauce better.

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Taterluvr November 04, 2007

OzMan, This is the recipe I've been looking for! Both DH and I loved it. He likes dry rub and I like sauce. This was the perfect balance. I followed the recipe exactly (minus the cayenne), though I changed the cooking method. I wrapped them in foil and baked in the oven for an hour and a half. I then put them on the grill, basting until brown. Fantastic! I had a little sauce left (I only had 2lb of ribs) and it was great on my chicken breast the next day. Thank you for posting.

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Deely March 20, 2007

Well you've done it again. Yet another "meat" recipe that my boys went gaga over. The only thing I did different was to slow cook them in the oven all day. Seriously they just fell off the bone. I had a small bite (not really a huge rib fan) but I can say that the meat was very flavorful and tender. I did not have a single rib left.

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podapo February 08, 2007

These were so good, a definate hit at the party. I doubled the recipe and it was just fine. Very easy to put together. Thanks, OZ, for posting this recipe.

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-Sheri- February 05, 2007

my family loved this recipe. i omitted the hot sauce, celery, and oranges. also, when it came to baking uncovered, i cut the time in half as the ribs were too dry otherwise.

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Lulu #280529 July 10, 2006

This was soooo good. Not spicy or sweet just the right flavor for the pork. I will definately be using this again. Thanks

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Chef Jewls March 03, 2006

Wow! We truly enjoyed this one. I had 4 1/2 lbs country ribs so I adjusted the ingredients accordingly. I used 1/2 honey and 1/2 brown sugar as I like the glossy carmelization it adds to the ribs and instead of browning I threw these babies on the grill for a few minutes before baking. The ribs smelled awesome and we couldn't wait to try them. I served with twice baked potatoes and corn on the cob. So easy and so delicious. Will be making this often this summer. You done good!

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Just Cher April 12, 2005

Wonderful rib recipe! I had to cut the recipe drastically to serve just one, but everything went together easily and the boneless pork ribs came out fork-tender and very tasty. I had these with a honey/mustard/wasabi horseradish sauce. Delicious! Thanks for a delightful recipe.

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TxBluebonnet March 12, 2005

First I gotta say my kitchen smells so good!! Wonderful recipe OzMan! We just finished up and I rushed in here to review this awesome Country Rib recipe. I fellowed the recipe as stated and the results were tender country style pork ribs. I added alittle more salt and garlic to our taste. Very simple to put together. I highly recommend this recipe. I made my Momma's potato salad and Red Lobster's Cheddar Bay Biscuits #89684 with this meal. Thanks for sharing your recipe with us OzMan!

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Marsha D. March 10, 2005
Country Ribs