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Rib Recipes

Looking for pork rib recipes? Try one of these delicious bbq, baby back, spare rib, slow cooker and other ribs recipes.

Asian-Style Baby Back Ribs

Asian-Style Baby Back Ribs

Asian-Style Baby Back Ribs

The combination of tender grilled pork and an irresistible sauce will have you licking your fingers. Be ready to add this dish to your list of summer favorites! —Esther J. J. Danielson, San Marcos, California

Baked Ribs with Cranberry-Chipotle Sauce

Baked Ribs with Cranberry-Chipotle Sauce

Baked Ribs with Cranberry-Chipotle Sauce

The first time I made these ribs they were a hit with my children. In fact, they liked them so much that clamored for me to make them a couple times a month.—Ruth Lee, Troy, Ontario

Barbecued Ribs with Beer

Barbecued Ribs with Beer

Barbecued Ribs with Beer

These ribs are so simple to make, you will want to make them often. They always are juicy and have a wonderful taste. —Catherine Santich, Alamo, California
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Slow and Easy BBQ Ribs

Slow and Easy BBQ Ribs

Slow and Easy BBQ Ribs

Put your appliances to work for you! Take advantage of your slow cooker’s convenience with these tender pork ribs coated in tangy barbecue sauce.—Kimi Short, Prior Lake, Minnesota

Sweet and Spicy Jerk Ribs

Sweet and Spicy Jerk Ribs

Sweet and Spicy Jerk Ribs

This no-fuss recipe takes just minutes to prepare. With its sweet, fruity sauce, these ribs will become an anytime favorite for the whole family. — Geri Lesch, New Pork Richey, Florida

Cranberry-Ginger Pork Ribs

Cranberry-Ginger Pork Ribs

Cranberry-Ginger Pork Ribs

This festive and spicy main dish is wonderful served for weeknight family meals or for entertaining.—Judy Armstrong, Prairieville, Louisiana

Pork Ribs with Apple-Mustard Glaze

Pork Ribs with Apple-Mustard Glaze

Pork Ribs with Apple-Mustard Glaze

Broiling the baby back ribs first gives them some color before they are slow-cooked (don't worry, broiling them is easy to do). The flavor is wonderful and the ribs are so tender, the meat falls off the bone.—Gilda Lester, Millsboro, Delaware

Cider-Glazed Pork Chops with Carrots

Cider-Glazed Pork Chops with Carrots

Cider-Glazed Pork Chops with Carrots

Treat the family to a new pork chop dinner that will please them so much, they’ll think you took culinary classes. They’ll never guess this simple main dish cost about $2 a serving! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Orange BBQ Baby Back Ribs

Orange BBQ Baby Back Ribs

Orange BBQ Baby Back Ribs

I avoid long and complicated recipes during the summer months (I'd rather be out by the pool with my family!), so I came up with this easy citrus twist on barbecue. The orange adds a subtle, deliciously fresh flavor. I also use the sauce when I make chicken fondue.

Queso Pork Enchiladas

Queso Pork Enchiladas

Queso Pork Enchiladas

My husband took these restaurant-style enchiladas to work, and now the guys always ask for them. They’re rich and spicy, and you can prepare them with cooked chicken or beef, too. —Anna Rodriguez, Bethpage, New York

Slow Cooked BBQ Pork Ribs

Slow Cooked BBQ Pork Ribs

Slow Cooked BBQ Pork Ribs

Check your pantry; you probably have everything needed to turn these ribs into a sweet, tangy, fork-tender treat. —Annette Thompson, Woodbury, Vermont
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