Beer N BBQ Braised Country-style Pork Ribs
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|3 lb||country style pork ribs|
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|2 medium||yellow onions sliced|
|1 can(s)||12 oz can of beer|
|2 c||sweet baby ray's bbq sauce|
|2 Tbsp||seasoning salt|
|1 Tbsp||garlic powder|
|1 Tbsp||roasted garlic and herb seasoning|
|1 Tbsp||smoked paprika|
|1 Tbsp||ground black pepper|
|1/2 Tbsp||table salt|
Paintsville, KY (pop. 3,459)
Member Since Feb 2012
The best BBQ Country Ribs I have ever ate much less made!! I love this recipe and hope that you do too! It is another family favorite!! It is a little time consuming but u could always just put them in the crock pot and forget about 'em! And baked beans is a perfect side dish for them!
Prepare pork by rinsing off and patting dry with paper towels!Mix seasonings together to make a dry rub for the the ribs making sure all sides are coated!! Set aside! Clean and cut onions in half them slicing them setting to the side!
Pre-heat oven 375 degrees F! Heat a large skillet spraying lightly with cooking spray! Braise pork on all sides browning them till golden brown(app. 7 mins). Place the ribs in a oven proof pan, scattering onions all around and on top of ribs.
Pour 12 oz. can of beer all over the top of onions and ribs and then sealing with a lid of tin foil! Bake until pork is tender app. 1 1/2-2 hrs, pour beer off ribs, leaving onions!
Slather the ribs with BBQ sauce and bake another hour uncovered or until meat is brown and sauce is thicken!! Remove from oven and enjoy!!!