Recipe by BecR
These are some great tasting, finger-lickin' ribs! Boil 'em and then grill 'em (or you may finish them in the oven, if you prefer), then serve 'em with extra Q sauce for dipping. Simple and easy recipe, with NO heating up of the kitchen from a hot oven, which is an added bonus especially in the hot summertime. Recipe is from my Southern born and raised sis-in-law, Patricia Ellen. Thought I'd share with y'all, I hope you enjoy. Serve with some corn bread or buttered rolls, beans and slaw.
Top Review by Hunters mom
I will never cook my boneless country style pork ribs any other way!!! I only boiled mine for an hour and a half, but I only had 3 ribs in the pot also... I added bbq sauce, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, pepper, and minced garlic to the water. When I took them out of water, they nearly fell apart! I put them in a glass pan, basted them with bbq sauce, and put them in a 375 oven for about 8 minutes, then put the broiler on just long enough to carmelize the sauce a tiny bit (3-5 minutes or so). These were DELICIOUS!!! Thanks for the recipe :) P.S. My grill didnt have any propane, otherwise I would have cooked them that way.. I could only imagine how delectable these would have tasted that way!
- 2 1⁄2-3 lbs boneless beef ribs (or pork)
- 16 ounces barbecue sauce (I use a bottle of Hunt's Original or Hickory Brown Sugar)
Directions See How It's Made
- Place the ribs in an 8-quart stockpot. Add enough water to cover ribs. Mix in about 1 cup barbecue sauce to the water.
- Cover, and bring to a boil.
- Reduce heat. Simmer covered for 2 hours, until ribs are tender.
- Preheat grill to medium.
- Remove ribs from water and place in a large bowl. Drench the ribs in additional barbecue sauce.
- Transfer ribs to preheated grill. Close grill lid. Grill for 10 to 20 minutes, basting generously with barbecue sauce & turning often (every 2 minutes). (Note: be careful not to overcook the ribs, as they will dry out).
- Note: if you prefer, you may finish the ribs in a 350F oven, instead of the grill.
- Serve with additional sauce, if desired. Good with corn bread or buttered rolls, beans and slaw.