Lemon Herb Baked Pork Ribs


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These pork ribs are baked in the oven until tender and falling off the bone. No fuss, and so delicious! With a simple lemon herb marinade (I am not fancy for overly sweet, thick, or sweet bbq sauce. If you find this marinade is too light, feel free to use your favourite sauce, like autentic Argentinian chimichurri, Japanese teriyaki, Cantonese plum or hoisin sauce, or just a simple spice rub), these pork ribs came out just perfect. You can also char them under the broil before serving if you wish.

Lemon Herb Marinade
  • 1-1.2 kg Pork ribs (baby back, or spareribs)
  • Lemon wedges, for serving
  • Salad greens, for serving
  • Roasted squashes, for serving
  • 150 ml Homemade beef stock
  • 1 tbsp Olive oil
  • Zest of 1/2 lemon
  • Juice of 1/2 lemon
  • 2 Garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 tbsp Fresh parsley, finely chopped
  • 1/2 tbsp Fresh sage, finely chopped
  • 1/2 tbsp Fresh rosemary, finely chopped
  • 1/2 tbsp Fresh thyme, finely chopped
  • 1/3 tsp Salt
  1. To make the marinade, mix together all the marinade ingredients in a bowl until well combined and pour into a zip lock bag. Transfer the pork ribs to the zip lock bag with the marinade and turn to coat. Place in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours or overnight to marinate, the longer the better.
  2. Pre-heat the oven to 180C/350F. Place the marinated pork ribs into a baking tray and pour over the marinade. Cover the baking tray with tinfoil and cook in the preheated oven for 30 minutes.
  3. Remove the foil from the baking tray, turn the beef over and increase the oven temperature to 220C/430F. Roast for another 30-35 minutes or until the ribs are crispy and golden. Serve the hot ribs with salad greens, roasted squashes and lemon wedges.

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34 comments:

Iwona 11/12/20 07:59

I would like to try it :) Have a great day :)

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Izaa 11/12/20 08:26

the meat looks like you can lick your fingers;)

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yonosoymillenium 11/12/20 08:50

tiene que estar deliciosa, esta receta la voy a probar

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Nancy Chan 11/12/20 09:58

I love tender meat that easily fall off the bones. Yums!

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Julie 11/12/20 13:38

I have never eaten pork meat..this looks delicious, protein packed !!

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Kitchen Riffs 11/12/20 16:03

I do like a tangy, thick BBQ (not sweet, though) -- but I always add that after the ribs done, at the table. For a marinade while cooking, this is much more my speed. Great looking dish -- thanks.

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 11/12/20 17:26

We loveeeee ribs at our house - this sounds amazing!!

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Marissa 11/12/20 18:01

My husband and I were just saying last night that we were craving pork ribs. Your timing is perfect! And the seasoning on these looks like exactly what we love.

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Ron 11/12/20 18:41

Angie, those are mighty fine ribs you have there. I'm originally from Texas, USA and there they make what's called dry ribs. Your, recipe falls into that category and sound perfect to me.
Now, here in Sweden it's not a Julbord without ribs and I'm thinking it'll be Angie's ribs this year...

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Pam 11/12/20 18:56

Yum! They look tender, flavorful, and so tasty.

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Shashi 11/12/20 19:25

Yum - these pork ribs look so tender and juicy - you've making my mouth water with this recipe.

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 12/12/20 02:42

I almost grabbed some ribs at the butcher shop this week. After seeing your yummy recipe, I wish that I did!!

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Valentina 12/12/20 02:52

"Falling off the bone" is absolutely perfect! Beautiful recipe. :-) ~Valentina

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Tanza Erlambang 12/12/20 03:24

ribs look nice...

Have a wonderful day

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Gloria Baker 12/12/20 04:40

Angie looks absolutely delicious !!! xo

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savorthebest 12/12/20 04:54

Those are some good looking ribs, I love dinners like this

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Fran @ Gday Souffle 12/12/20 07:34

Yum, the marinade looks nice and light! I like the idea of adding a few drops of the Cantonese Plum Sauce to the marinade!

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The-FoodTrotter 12/12/20 13:13

OMG it looks sensational! I'm just drooling looking at your pictures :)

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Victoria 12/12/20 14:26

Nice post! Thank you very much for your sharing.

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judee 12/12/20 16:00

Angie, Looks like we both were thinking about lemon this week. Although I'm not a meat eater, I can appreciate your beautiful presentation and amazing sounding herbs and seasonings.

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The Exclusive Beauty Diary 12/12/20 18:27

This look very delicious. Thank you for sharing recipe.

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Karen (Back Road Journal) 13/12/20 15:13

The marinade sounds like one that will enhance the rich taste of the pork. I'll definitely be trying it.

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Cathy @ She Paused 4 Thought 13/12/20 22:24

My mouth is watering! These look amazing.

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foodtravelandwine 14/12/20 04:10

It looks delicious!....great recipe for Christmas!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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mjskit 14/12/20 23:56

I've been craving ribs recently and your recipe has now made them irresistible. Love the marinade and the baking method. Was wondering how you got them crispy. These look delicious! Thanks Angie!

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Raymund 16/12/20 03:54

Ohhh that is fall of the bone goodness!

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Suja Manoj 17/12/20 21:18

Love the flavorful herb marinade,perfectly made and delicious.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 19/12/20 16:58

Pork ribs are probably my favorite cut of pork. So tender and fun to eat. Love the way you've served them too!

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 19/12/20 17:11

I'm with you on not being much for the typical overly sweet sauces. Your recipes sounds delicious.

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tigerfish 22/12/20 03:08

Oven-roast ribs has been in my to-do list for the longest time! I was planning to do a hot-sauce version but well, still in my to-do list, so it might be a while to realize. Love your version with lemon herb :)

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Roz | La Bella Vita Cucina 27/12/20 17:25

The lemon plus herbs of sage, thyme, and rosemary is such a delightful combination on the pork! Can't wait to try it, Angie! Thanks for sharing!

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