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Alright..so I do a search for "dutch"...come up with these and love ribs..have company coming etc. Decide, nah, don't want to fuss with the dutch oven, but I love moms ribs..I'll call her and do her recipe...guess what? #1..she's dutch (right off the boat)...and #2...this is her recipe..except she pan roasts them...I couldn't believe it. THIS is the only way I like ribs..I don't know if it's really dutch..but they are the BEST! p.s...the company asked for the recipe too! Thank you for sharing this fabulous recipe! A keeper for sure! LA :-)

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L.A. Stewart - way upstate N.Y. August 07, 2008

We got a new dutch oven for Christmas, so we were hunting for some tasty meal recipes. We made this on New Year's Day and they were a big hit! Thank you for a keeper!!

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DiGiggle January 08, 2010

How easy were these to do??? And how good were they??? Well worth doing. Made this for a New Year Eve dinner and it was great!!! Will be making it on other days as well now. Thanks for the post.

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Tebo January 02, 2010

As much as I like to try new recipes, this is a real keeper, this will be a mainstay!! It's great and easy. I made it a day ahead, cooled, refered it--then took off the fat. Reheated and served. My mother-in-law, who never fixes country style ribs, asked for the recipe!!

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lk.maple June 25, 2008

Did not have a dutch oven so I used my Pampered Chef large stoneware bar pan and laid the ribs flat and poured the sauce over it and covered with foil. They came out wonderful.

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texasmom61 January 02, 2008

This was awesome!!! My kids could not stop saying how good it was. A+++++++

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sillystunt November 30, 2005

I made this with boneless pork ribs. Because I don't have an oven-proof dutch oven, I first cooked the sauce in a saucepan, the put the sauce and the ribs in a pyrex baking pan, covered with foil and baked as directed 2-1/2 hours. The ribs were falling-apart tender and the sauce was delectable.

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echo echo October 26, 2005
Dutch Oven Barbecue Ribs