Thursday, July 24, 2008

Oven Baked Country Ribs

4 servings

1 cup ketchup
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup vinegar
1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
1/2 tablespoon mustard
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon hot pepper sauce
1 1/2 - 2 pounds pork ribs

Combine ketchup, water, brown sugar, vinegar, worcestershire sauce, mustard, salt and pepper. Heat a large lightly oiled skillet over medium-high heat. Add ribs and sear until browned. Place ribs in a single layer in a baking pan or casserole dish. Pour half of the sauce over the ribs, reserve remainder. Bake ribs at 350° for 2-3 hours. Turn and baste meat every 30 minutes with remaining sauce.

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Kelli said...

These look really easy to make, Mrs. H! I am going to give them a try!

letters to elijah said...

Do you think I could do these in the slow cooker? They look sooooo good!

Mrs. H. said...

That's a great idea! I think they might work well in a slow cooker. Please let me know if you try it. :-) I don't like to run the oven for so long in the summer either, but I also don't like to ask my husband to grill outside when it's over 100 degrees. ;-)

letters to elijah said...

I made these for our potluck at church today - awesome! I doubled the recipe and they were all gone! This recipe is such a keeper - the sauce is so good and this is so easy to make. Thank You!


Mrs. H. said...

I'm so glad you liked the ribs! Thank you very much for letting me know. :-)

YayaOrchid said...

Oh, my! That looks wonderful! And those sides look delish as well. Is that fried okra on the back to the left? You must be a wonderful cook!

BTW, I'm visiting by way of Kelli's blog.

Lora said...

Well, I finally tracked down this recipe:) I remembered seeing a post with a link for this on Kelli's (there is no place like home) blog a while back, but couldn't find it. Kelli sent me right over here! Can't wait to try these this week!

Elizabeth said...

Your oven baked ribs are making the round! I saw them on Kelli's blog and Julieann's. It looks like a delicious recipe. Thanks for sharing it.

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Debra Ann Elliott said...

Yummy in my tummy!