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