Jeanne Gliddon Recipe

Oven Barbecued Country Style Boneless Ribs

By Jeanne Gliddon jgliddon45

Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings
4 - 8 depending on portion size
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Jeanne's Story

I have no idea where or who my Mother got this recipe from but she made it for a family who loved it and still does! This recipe is so easy to make and requires only four ingredients! If you like sweet, tangy, savory and tender pork ribs then you will love this. I was fortunate enough to inherit Mom's cookbooks and I am so happy to pass her most memorable recipes along to my friends at Just A Pinch! Mom would be very proud if she new that I was sharing her recipes! Enjoy!!


1 c
barbecue sauce
I c
I pkg
lipton dry onion soup
7 lb
boneless country style pork ribs
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Directions Step-By-Step

Preheat over to 300 degrees.
Gather all of your ingredients.
Place first three ingredients in a bowl and mix until well blended.
In a 9" x 13" casserole spread about 1/2 cup of the mixture on the bottom.
Place boneless ribs on top of sauce.
Spoon and spread remaining sauce over all ribs.
Cover with foil; place in oven and cook for 3 hours.
Remove from oven; uncover and cook for an additional 30 minutes.
Remove from oven. Take ribs out of sauce and keep warm in oven. Put sauce in a skillet and remove as much of the grease from the ribs as you can. Add 1 cup of water and bring to a boil. Reduce sauce until it is thicker in consistency.
Serve sauce over ribs and rice or pasta.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Gravies, Pork, Ribs
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids

  • Comments

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    Susan Cutler suak - Aug 24, 2013
    This REALLY sounds good by adding Lipton Onion Soup. I have used Barbecue Sauce before but this honestly, I think, would take it to a new level. Yummy!! I will have to get some ribs. I LOVE them! Your making me hungry...


    Thank you for posting...
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    Jeanne Gliddon jgliddon45 - Aug 24, 2013
    I'm so glad you pinched this recipe Sue! It is really good and I think you'll like it. I'm just glad that I finally was able to post it because I had trouble getting the pictures to upload for two whole days and it was very frustrating! But alas, I was finally successful and I'm so glad that I could share one of my favorite recipes of my Mom's. Please let me know what you think if you ever get a chance to make it! Thanks again for the pinch! Jeanne :)
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    linda gable lovevanilla - Aug 24, 2013
    These look like they have great flavor. What kind of barbecue sauce do you use? I pinched this recipe, because they are tempting even to a vegetarian like me! :-) I will look for vegetarian style rib substitutes in the store. I have seen them before in the regular grocery store, but never ones that didn't already come in a sauce. I will look at Whole Foods and Trader Joe's.
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    Jeanne Gliddon jgliddon45 - Aug 24, 2013
    Thanks for pinching Linda! The flavors are very good is this dish with the combination of BBQ Sauce, Ketchup and Dry Onion Soup Mix. Also, by slowly cooking the ribs they become very tender indeed. I used Sweet Baby Rays BBQ Sauce. You can see it in the second picture with all the gathered ingredients. I can't imagine what a substitute would be like for vegetarian style ribs. I find that very interesting. Would they have the same texture as real Pork Ribs? Good luck in finding something because I would be very interested in hearing how they turn out. Thanks again for the pinch!
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    linda gable lovevanilla - Aug 24, 2013
    I don't know what to expect with vegetarian style ribs. The ones I have eaten were from Morning Star Farms. I love BBQ and am always on the lookout for a great sauce that doesn't have too much sodium. I use BBQ sauce with many things and will try the Sweet Baby Rays. I love seeing that blue ribbon by your name!