The aroma of these ribs will bring your family running. Serve with rice and a green salad.
- 4 lb. baby back pork ribs
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 cup ketchup
- 1/2 cup white vinegar
- 2 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
- 1 tsp. chili powder
- 3/4 cup water
- 1 onion, diced
- Cut ribs in desired sizes. Layer in bottom of large shallow baking dish or roaster. Mix all other ingredients together and pour over ribs. Bake uncovered at 250 F. for 3 hours. Serves 4-6.
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been making these for years and years – i even use thick cut pork chops – and always a winner – big time – d0uble the sauce – you need it – to pour over rice or mashed spuds my fav recipe in the world
So glad to hear it Marlie!
my previous neighbour and good friend – Irene (rene) jenner – was friends with one of your group- when her and george lived back east – she talked kindly of you all – and she taught me lots – thank you
In the recipe book, it says to parboil for 30-45 min and then to place in shallow dish and bake for an additional 3 hrs. Won’t the ribs be overcooked? Should I do one or the other, or are both fine (ie: follow the recipe as in the book)?
Hello! This recipe produces very tender and flavorful ribs. Follow the recipe as written and enjoy!
All my kids now use this sauce on nearly everything just like mum.
This is the easiest and best Sweet & Sour sauce ever. Thank you ladies.
Thanks for letting us know. We’re so glad it’s a hit at your dinner table!
Can you use beef back ribs instead?
Hi Janice, beef back ribs would be tasty, but would require much longer cooking time to become tender. We have not tested this recipe with the beef option. You might want to look for another beef rib recipe with a similar flavor profile. Happy cooking.
My go to recipe when I make ribs
So glad you are enjoying it!