Braised Pork Country Style Ribs
These are not Baby Back Ribs! Country Style Ribs are cut from the rib end of the pork loin, and are much more meaty and economical. Take some home today and use our Braised Pork Country Style Rib recipe to make an easy meal that will fill you up without breaking the bank.
Preheat your oven to 350F.
Season your Country Style Ribs with salt & pepper.
Add vegetable oil to a large pan, and heat until hot. Once hot, brown the ribs on all sides. Once browned, remove the ribs, and place them in a Dutch Oven.
Add the carrots, celery, onions, garlic and tomato paste to the same pan, and cook until vegetables are soft, stirring constantly.
Deglaze (absorb the leftover pork solids) the pan by adding the apple cider vinegar and stirring until the drippings on the bottom of the pan are absorbed in the liquid.
Add the chicken stock and bay leaves, and bring the mixture to a boil.
Pour the boiling mixture over the Country Style Ribs in the Dutch Oven. Cover the Dutch Oven, and place in the preheated oven.
Braise the meat until the Ribs are tender, approximately 1.5 hours. If desired, you can uncover the Dutch Oven for the last half hour of braising to allow the liquid to reduce to a thicker consistency.
Let cool and enjoy!
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