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BBQ Pork Rib

These BBQ Pork Spare Ribs are baked in the oven, until tender and falling off the bone. This is the easiest way to make ribs, and they're so delicious! These oven ribs give grilled ribs and smoked ribs. You can have BBQ Pork Rib using 2 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of BBQ Pork Rib

  1. It’s of Lt. Pork or Chicken stock.
  2. Prepare of BBQ sauce.

Here's what you need: pork rib, BBQ sauce, ground ginger, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, paprika, minced garlic, onion powder, ground black pepper, mustard powder. Big slabs of porky goodness cut from the shoulder of the hog. Barbecued Pork Shoulder on a Gas Grill. Cook ribs lightning-fast with this easy method.

BBQ Pork Rib step by step

  1. Clean pork rib with drinking water.
  2. Put pork rib in pressure cooking pot.
  3. Put chicken/pork stock in until it cover the rib.
  4. Heat up the pressure cooking pot with the highest heat with the lit open until it boil.
  5. Remove foam the floating in the pot.
  6. Once you remove all the foam, close the pressure cooking lit and lower the heat to the lowest and leave for 20-30mins.
  7. Heat up the oven to 220c and wait until the pressure cooking pot is ready.
  8. Once the pressure cooking pot is ready, remove all the pressure by open up the pressure valve and wait until all the pressure is release.
  9. Once there no pressure left in the pot, open the lit and remove the pork rib and put on oven ready plate.
  10. Soak the pork rib in the BBQ sauce or use brush to rub all the BBQ sauce all over the rib.
  11. Once the pork rib are all cover with BBQ sauce, put in the oven with 220c heat and leave it for 15mins.
  12. Once the 15mins is up, remove the pork rib from oven and re-apply BBQ sauce and you're done!.

Tender, moist and flavorful Korean BBQ pork ribs! Choose from two different marinades -sweet and savory or spicy. Louis-style ribs, these are the best ribs on the grill. Pork spareribs slow-cooked and basted with BBQ sauce on the grill. BBQ pork ribs are just about everyone's favorite.

By Sandra