Spicy Pineapple Pork Ribs

Spicy  Pineapple Pork Ribs Recipe

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Patricia Jutting


When I was about 8 years old my mom got this recipe from a neighbor lady. Every year for Christmas Eve, my mom would make these, this is my favorite memory of Christmas. To this day I still make these, not only at Christmas but throughout the year. They are now enjoyed by my family and my two grandaughters. Still worth licking your fingers for.


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6-8 or more depending on how many ribs you do
30 Min
4 Hr 30 Min


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4 c
canned chipolte pepper in adobe sauce (this is just one pepper out of the can)
crushed pineapple with juice
2 Tbsp
prepared mustard
4 Tbsp
brown sugar
8 dash(es)
tabasco sauce
2 c
2 Tbsp
worcestershire sauce
2 Tbsp
liquid smoke flavoring
2 large
onions, chopped
3-4 lb
pork ribs, country, baby back etc...
2 Tbsp

How to Make Spicy Pineapple Pork Ribs


  • 1Combine first 9 ingredients in blender and blend until smooth, set aside.
  • 2Chop onions and set aside.
  • 3Heat oil in skillet and brown the ribs until browned on all sides may salt and pepper if desired, or you can brown on the grill. When brown place in large roaster and cover with onions. Pour sauce over the top, cook covered at 350 degrees for 3-5 hours, turning every 30 minutes. (*note the cooking time will vary depending on the cut of ribs you use). Uncover and cook uncovered for the last 30 minutes turning at 15 minutes. I also like to chill these after they are done and put them on the grill the next day to glaze sauce, this works especially good if you are having guests. Enjoy..

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Course/Dish: Pork, Ribs

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