Pork Loin Country Style Ribs
Pork loin country style ribs are cut from the rib end section of a whole pork loin. Bone in pork rib chops or blade chops are cut from the loin about 1 to 1.5 inches. These chops are then cut in half lengthwise and the inside portion flipped over face up to give the appearance of individual ribs.
|Pork loin rib chops 1 1/4 inch thick|
Country style ribs can be grilled but are best done over low heat or even smoked. Begin by seasoning your ribs with a dry pork rub. To achieve more tender country style ribs, first bake in a shallow baking pan, covered with foil at 275 degrees for one hour. Remove from oven and grill for and additional 15-20 minutes while basting with your favorite bbq or grilling sauce.
Crockpot Country Ribs
I begin by lightly browing my ribs in a skillet with a small amount of oil for several minutes to get some color. Now add them to your crockpot and top with saurkraut, enough to cover them completely. Cook on low setting for 8-10 hours until they are fall off the bone tender. Easiest ribs ever.
|Pork loin rib chops sliced|
|Pork loin country style ribs|