17 Perfect Pork Rib Recipes

17 Perfect Pork Rib Recipes

There are still a couple months of grilling season left, so fire up your barbecue and cook up everyone’s favorite meaty treat: ribs! We have 17 great variations on an old favorite, from Cantonese ribs to apricot-glazed ribs to Chili’s very own baby back ribs. Try ‘em all!

Grilled Pork Ribs: This classic spareribs recipe is cooked entirely on the grill. You can buy a barbecue sauce instead of making your own, if you like. Make sure to boil the remaining sauce after you finished brushing it on the ribs; then serve with the ribs along with lots and lots of napkins!

Barn Ribs: Maple syrup, paprika, garlic powder, and cinnamon make this a sticky sweet rib recipe.

Chipotle Country Ribs: These ribs have a kick from the chipotle chilies, scallions, and jalapeno peppers!

Sweet and Sour Pork Ribs with Apple Juice: Try these delicious, melt-in-your-mouth ribs with vinegar, apple juice, brown sugar, and more.

Adobo Sauce with Pork Ribs: Adobo sauce is a Mexican tomato and jalapeno sauce boiled with pieces of pork ribs. Serve with tortillas and Spanish rice and beans on the side.

Lemon Spare Ribs: This clever recipe uses cheap lemonade mix to season the ribs.

Country Style Ribs: Vinegar, chili powder, and garlic season these ribs while they cook on the grill.

Hoisin-Glazed Baby Back Ribs: Asian hoisin sauce combines with honey and red wine vinegar in this recipe for a sweet and sour kind of flavor. Curry powder and garlic add a kick.

Apple Radish BBQ Ribs: These ribs soak up the flavor of strong horseradish and a splash of apple juice.

Quick Baby Back Ribs: Compared to the cooking time of ribs, this is relatively quick- under an hour.

Cantonese Ribs: Orange marmalade, ginger, and garlic powder give these ribs a savory taste.

Crockpot Maple Country Ribs: Applesauce and maple syrup add that little something to these easy ribs.

Sweet and Spicy Barbecue Short Ribs: Overall taste can be mild to medium to super-hot, depending on how much Tabasco you like to add to the recipe.

Hawaiian Ribs: Sweeten up your ribs with this fruity marinade.

30-Minute Ribs: A quick and easy recipe that does the trick every time.

Apricot-Glazed Spare Ribs: While this is a perfect glaze for barbecuing ribs, you can also prepare this meal in the oven on rainy days.

Chili’s Grilled Baby Back Ribs: Here it is, folks. You know the song, you love the ribs, now make it at home!

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