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How to Bake Boneless Pork Southern Style Ribs

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How to Bake Boneless Pork Southern Style Ribs
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The term "Southern-style ribs" may appear to allude to a region-specific type of barbecue sauce or a certain mixture of spices, but actually refers to a cut of pork . Southern-style ribs, also referred to as "country-style," are meatier pork ribs that are cut from the pork loin. These are the type of ribs that are eaten with a fork and knife and most often roasted or baked. True southern-style side dishes to accompany the ribs include cole slaw, hush puppies or baked beans.

Step 1

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 2

Let the boneless pork ribs come to room temperature in their packaging, approximately 30 minutes, before cooking.

Step 3

Season the boneless ribs with your desired herbs, spices, rub or sauce. Coat the ribs thoroughly.

Step 4

Place the pork ribs into a baking dish, single layer, and cover the dish with aluminum foil.

Step 5

Bake the ribs in the oven for one hour.

Step 6

Uncover the ribs, turn them over using tongs and season the side of the pork now facing up.

Step 7

Place the foil back over the baking dish and cook the boneless ribs for another 30 minutes.

Step 8

Test the pork ribs with a meat thermometer. The internal temperature should reach 145 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the USDA.

Step 9

Let the boneless pork ribs rest for five minutes before enjoying so the juices can redistribute.

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