I wanted to give you the easiest pork ribs recipe you’ve ever seen. We cooked these ribs cowboy-style in a dutch oven.
It’s as easy as filling the pan and close the lid. After a couple of hours, you have fall-off-the-bone ribs with the best-cooked beans.
- Take the silverskin off the ribs by sticking a dull dinner knife between the bones and the silverskin. Lift the silverskin so you can get a finger underneath and pull it off. Sprinkle an even layer of the dry rub on both sides of the ribs.
- Grease the inside of the dutch oven with some pork fat or butter. Slice the onions roughly into rings and stack them along the inside of the pan.
- Roll the baby back ribs up and place them in the dutch oven against the onion rings.
- Now fill the pan with the rest of the ingredients.
- Fire up your barbecue with a temperature of 140 to 150°C (284 to 302F).
- Place the dutch oven and close the lid.
- After 3 hours you are rewarded with a complete meal.
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