Total Time
1hr 2mins
Prep 2 mins
Cook 1 hr

I got this recipe out of one of those free paper recipe booklets, that you can get in the mail. I wasn't sure I'd like it, but it was TERRIFIC! The glaze is delicious, and would be great on chicken or pork chops. It's a super simple recipe, not much prep etc, and it's well worth it. The red currant jelly was a task in itself to find, and once I found it, almost lost it when I saw it was almost $5. I'll probably never use the jelly for anything else...haha. Hope you all enjoy!


  1. Place ribs in baking pan with water.
  2. Cover and roast at 350°F degrees for 50 to 60 minutes or until tender.
  3. Combine salsa and jelly.
  4. Place ribs on grill over medium coals.
  5. Lightly baste with salsa mixture.
  6. Grill 5 to 10 minutes per side until ribs are glazed and browned.
  7. Serve ramining salsa mixture with ribs.
  8. (If you have any left).
Most Helpful

This was a very tasty meal. I used pork ribs and made the recipe as written. The meat was tender and the salsa mix was pleasantly tangy and not overly sweet.

Bokenpop aka Madeleine March 14, 2009

I used pork chops as suggested. This sauce was very good! I love Red Currant and mixing it with salsa was wonderful! The sauce marinated into the chops as they baked and made them sweet and tender.

NcMysteryShopper May 29, 2005