Country Style Pork Ribs

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Country Style Pork Ribs
Falling apart and moist and tender! Directions are included for both a traditional way of making these ribs and making them in the instant pot.
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Ingredients
Instructions
Traditional method
  1. Preheat oven to 300° F. Create a sealable bag from aluminum foil. To do this, cut two pieces 18"x36" and fold in half. Stack the folded sheets with the creased edges together. Roll and crimp each of the remaining 3 (loose) sides at least three times. Make sure that everything is nice and tight and that it produces a good seal. The open end of the bag should be the creased (folded) edge.
  2. Lay the bag in the roasting pan. Place the ribs carefully into the bag. Be careful not to accidentally puncture the bag with any sharp bone edges.
  3. Combine the Easy Tangy Barbecue Sauce ingredients in a bowl. Carefully pour the sauce into the bag. Roll and crimp the remaining edge to form a watertight seal (at least 3 times as before).
  4. Bake at 300° F for 3 hours.
  5. Remove from oven and cut one corner of the bag to gain access to the liquids inside. Carefully pour the liquids into a sauce pan and re-crimp the cut edge. Let the ribs rest while finishing the sauce.
  6. Reduce the liquids until thickened, stirring frequently.
  7. Set your oven to broil. Arrange the ribs on a roasting pan. Pour the sauce over the ribs, taking care to coat each one completely. You may want to lift each rib slightly to ensure that the sauce gets underneath.
  8. It will only take a few minutes under the broiler for the sauce to begin to caramelize. Serve immediately.
Instant pot method
  1. Combine the Easy Tangy Barbecue Sauce ingredients in the instant pot. Place the ribs in the pot and stir it around a little to coat the ribs.
  2. Set the instant pot to manual and cook for 90 minutes. Let the pressure dissipate naturally (about 25-30 minutes).
  3. Remove the ribs and cover in foil. While the ribs are resting, switch the instant pot to saute or slow cook. On saute, you'll need to pay more attention, but the liquids will reduce more quickly.
  4. Once the sauce has thickened to your desired consistency, set your oven to broil. Arrange the ribs on a roasting pan. Pour the sauce over the ribs, taking care to coat each one completely. You may want to lift each rib slightly to ensure that the sauce gets underneath.
  5. It will only take a few minutes under the broiler for the sauce to begin to caramelize. Serve immediately.
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