This pork rib recipe is the best ever, hands down. I love making a big batch of it in the oven and eating it all week for lunch. Pure heaven!
Best Ever Pork Rib Recipe
I first made this pork rib recipe while doing the Whole30. I wanted something spicy that could be made in a big batch to keep me going all week for lunch. While doing the Whole30, I learned I needed to cook in larger quantities to reduce the amount of time I spent cooking. It’s easy to spend a lot of time in the kitchen while doing the Whole30 until you learn the tricks to maximize your time and effort.
I’ve tried making these pork ribs in the oven and in my Instant Pot. I prefer the oven since it doesn’t dry out the ribs like the Instant Pot potentially can. I found I kept having to fuss with the lid on the Instant Pot when opening and closing it to flip the ribs and keep them in the pan drippings.
- 1 package of country style pork ribs (no bone in)
- Pork Rub Recipe
- Preheat oven to 250 degrees.
- Trim off excessive fat on the country style ribs. Don't trim all the fat off since you'll need it for the pan drippings.
- Place the pork rub recipe in a shallow bowl. I use a few Tablespoons at a time to prevent waste.
- Coat all sides of the ribs in the pork rub recipe, adding more pork rub to the bowl as needed.
- Place the coated ribs in a Pyrex baking dish.
- Bake the ribs for 2 hours and 45 minutes in the oven, flipping them ever 15 minutes or so. Drizzle the pan drippings over the ribs after turning.
Make Your Own Pork Rub