These boneless country-style pork ribs are baked in a simple seasoned barbecue sauce. It's an easy, convenient meal, a great choice for any night of the week.
Out of the many positive comments and reviews, there were several slight changes and recommendations worth noting. One person who usually uses beef ribs in the recipe recommends cutting broiling time in half to avoid burning the sauce. Another person replaced the Cajun seasoning with smoked paprika and another sweetened her barbecue sauce with a tablespoon of brown sugar.
See some of the previous comments below the recipe.
Wash ribs and pat dry.
Combine Cajun seasoning, garlic powder and onion powder. Rub seasoning mixture over the ribs.
Line a shallow baking pan with foil; oil or spray with nonstick cooking spray. Arrange ribs on the foil. then top with onion slices.
Cover with another piece of foil and bake at 325° for 1 hour and 15 minutes, or until very tender.
Remove the top piece of foil and brush with barbecue sauce; bake uncovered for about 15 minutes longer, or broil for about 5 minutes.
Tenderest country ribs ever! I just served this to my family, and everybody raved about it. The ribs came out tender and moist with wonderful flavor. I did one extra thing. There was a lot of liquid in the pan after the first (covered) cooking period, so I drained the pan before brushing on the barbecue sauce. This definitely goes in my personal recipe book. Thanks, Diana! Chris Burke VA
Thanks..........My family usually is full of dinner chat as they push another chicken dinner around their plates. Tonight the only thing said was, "Please say there is more."
Until last night I had NEVER made ribs before and a lot of the recipes I saw online were extremely time-consuming. This recipe, however, was fast enough, simple enough and totally delivered! I followed it to the letter: No tweaking required!! The ribs were so tender and had just the right amount of flavor. I will for sure make this again. Velvet
I have used this recipe easily 20 times in the past year. For ingredients, I usually get 4 pounds of the boneless beef country-style ribs from Walmart along with a single onion. I then double the rest of the ingredients and follow the instructions. The only thing I've changed is to broil for only 3 minutes, as the BBQ burns really quickly. The ribs turn out really tasty and refrigerate well. Highly recommended folks!
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