The easy and delicious oven-baked country style ribs recipe is a follow recipe to this spiced and sweet rub recipe that we posted earlier in the week. We decided to create this recipe for ribs as an oven-baked option for people who don't have an outdoor grill or smoker. However, nonetheless wants to make amazing, fall-off-the-bone tender and delicious country style pork ribs.
What are Country-Style Ribs?
The country-style pork ribs are made from the blades of a pork loin that is situated near the shoulder of the pork. The bones inside the ribs can be part of the blades on your shoulder rather than actual rib bone.
Country-style ribs are more tender than other pork ribs cuts such as St. Louis-style baby back, spare ribs. They're still full of flavor, and the meat is very soft when cooked correctly.
How do you prepare Oven Country-style Ribs Baked in the Oven?
The recipe is more simple, but it will require some baking time. Just rub a bit the Copycat Rib tickler Rub across your pork ribs in the country style before placing them in a 9x13 inch pan or casserole dish.
The pan should be covered with a parchment paper, followed by foil and bake the ribs 4 hours in a 250 degrees F oven. (The parchment paper can prevent all the spice in the rub from interfering with the foil while the ribs cook.)
When the ribs are falling apart tenderly, carefully lift every rib out of the pan, and place them on a foil-lined baking sheet. Sprinkle on your favorite barbecue sauce (we utilized the Cherry Noble BBQ Sauce in the pictures) and then broil just enough time to allow the sauce to caramelize and darken. Then flip the ribs over to the opposite side (being mindful not to break) and then apply additional sauce, and broil for another time.
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