There was a sale on pork ribs the other day at the grocery store and so I took the opportunity and bought myself a package. I think the last time I had ribs was two months ago. They were… okay. The meat didn’t fall off the bone. I don’t think it was cooked long enough for it to do so. I didn’t cook em so I’m only guessing. It may have been for a birthday party now that I think about it.
I judge how good a rib is by how easy it is for me to tear the meat off. If all I need are my hands and my teeth then I’m good. I also don’t like a lot of sauce on my rib. I tend to wipe it off. Dry rubs are okay, but I’ve come across ribs that have too much salt. I didn’t want to taste salt. I wanted to taste the meat. Picky picky picky.
Anyhoo… I don’t have a grill at my place so I had to settle for roasting it in the oven. I seasoned the ribs with Montreal Seasoning and Lawry’s Seasoning Salt. That’s about it. Simple. Here’s how to do it…
ROASTED PORK RIBS
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
2. Season your meat.
3. Place in roasting pan.
4.Put in oven and cook for 1 hour.
5. After an hour flip and cook for one more hour.
6. DONE!! Take the meat out of the oven and let it sit for about 10 minutes.
7. Cut and serve!
Since it was slow cooked, the meat was tender and came off the bone easily. The only time I needed a knife was to cut off my portion for dinner. If you are a BBQ sauce lover then I suggest putting the sauce on the meat at least 5-10 minutes prior to the end of cook time. Slather it on both sides and it should have a nice glaze by the time it’s done. I don’t have a recipe for Paleo friendly BBQ sauce at the moment, but now that I’m thinking about it I want to make one. Stay tuned for a future post! 🙂