Fresh Pork St. Louis Style Spareribs
Cook Smithfield Pork Ribs until tender and meat pulls away from the bones, about 195°F. Let stand 3 minutes before serving.
OVEN: Heat oven to 350°F. Season ribs as desired and place, meaty side up, on foil-lined shallow baking pan. Roast ribs 1 1/2 to 2 hours until tender. If desired, brush ribs with sauce during last 30 minutes of roasting.
GRILL/SMOKER: Heat grill/smoker for indirect cooking at 275°F. Add wood for smoking, if using. Season ribs as desired and place, meaty side up, on grill/smoker; cook for 2 hours, spraying with apple juice every 30 minutes. Wrap each rack tightly with heavy duty aluminum foil. Return to grill/smoker, meaty side down, and cook for 1 1/2 to 2 hours more over indirect heat, until very tender. Remove ribs from foil and place back on grill/smoker; brush with sauce and cook 10 to 15 minutes until the sauce is set.
SLOW COOKER: Cut ribs into smaller sections to fit in slow cooker. Season ribs as desired and place in cooker; drizzle with sauce or add ½ cup water, beer or apple juice. Cover and cook on Low 8 to 10 hours (High: 4 to 5 hours). If desired, brush ribs with sauce when done cooking and place on grill or under broiler to brown.
Amount Per Serving
- Calories310Calories from Fat 234
- % Daily Value*
- Total Fat26g33%
- Saturated Fat8g40%
- Trans Fat0g
- Total Carbohydrates0g0%
- Dietary Fiber0g0%
- Vitamin A0%
- Vitamin C0%
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