I love country style ribs, I hate the work of doing baby back ribs without a lot of meat. I have been perfecting this recipe since college, so I think its safe to say that this recipe is post worthy. I will say that the finish product of these ribs is worthy of the title the steak of ribs, lol, at least that’s what my husband refers to these as. I had to find a recipe that I truly loved, so many people in the south like to smoke their pork, but I hate smoked meat, so this is the winner for my family and myself.
6-7 lb. Pork Country Style Ribs
1/3 C Italian Dressing
1/4 C White Wine Worcestershire Sauce
2 T Worcestershire Sauce
2 T Butter
-Place ribs in large pot, cover in water, add salt to water. Bring pot to low boil, and boil ribs for 15 minutes. Remove from pot and allow to drain.
-Combine the Italian dressing and both Worcestershire sauces together. Place ribs in baking dish, pour marinade over. Cover with foil, and refrigerate over night (I have let this sit for 2 days without issue).
-Drain ribs, and rub them down evenly with rub. Place back in fridge over night.
-Remove from fridge at least 30 minutes prior to grilling. In small pot combine 1 C BBQ Sauce and 2 T Butter. Grill ribs over medium heat for 15 minutes. Brush with bbq and butter sauce the last 5 minutes.
-Foil line baking dish pour 1 1/2 C BBQ Sauce in bottom of dish, place ribs in dish, cover with remaining BBQ Sauce. Bake 30 degrees for 30 minutes. ENJOY!