These barbecue pork ribs, are delicious and very easy to make. Soft and juicy, you’ll love it!
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When I’m going to make a dish, I always try to make it easy to make, especially when we’re going to have guests, because I not only have to think about food but drink, house, kids and more.
This time I set out to prepare some barbecue ribs, so typical of Texas and so easy. They have become a favorite dish of my family; I bought Smithfield ribs, which offers a variety of hand-selected and hand-trimmed cuts for all kinds of dishes.
The ribs can be cooked in different ways, but this way of pre-watering them has worked for me, cooking them in water before roasting them, to save time.
I hope you enjoy them. Visit SaborSmithfield.com and find other delicious recipes, ideas, and information on the quality and freshness of Smithfield products.
BARBECUE PORK RIBS
Pork ribs or Spare ribs
4 cups barbeque sauce (your favorite)
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 tablespoon salt
1 tablespoon pepper
Bring a large pot with 6 cups of water to a boil.
Meanwhile, we clean the pork ribs, remove excess fat. We cut into three or four parts.
Rinse and dry a little with a paper towel. Season with salt and pepper.
Place the ribs in the boiling water and leave for forty minutes.
After this time we remove the ribs and place them in a baking tray. We bathe with the barbeque sauce of our choice and sprinkle it with a little sugar.
Turn on the oven grill at 400 F and roast the ribs for 10 minutes.
We take out the oven, let stand for 5 minutes and serve!
We can accompany roasted corns, green beans, sweet beans, coleslaw, etc.
For several generations, Smithfield has brought the best pork into homes. I invite you to try the pork of this brand that offers quality and freshness that you can see and touch in all its cuts.
Have you tried Smithfield pig cuts?