Pork ribs are a Deep South barbecue favourite - perfect for dining al fresco with no utensils needed! Marinated in our Unsweetened Smokey BBQ Sauce and cooked on the coals - this is the perfect Keto & Paleo barbecue dish!
Where can I buy pork ribs from?
You can get pork ribs in most large supermarkets, either as a whole rack of ribs or as individual ribs. We'd always recommend sourcing ribs that are Organic and free range - for the best possible taste and quality. So if this is not an option at the supermarket, you can always get yours from your local butcher or check out online butcheries such as Coombe Farm Organic.
What to serve with BBQ ribs
Our Spicy BBQ Pork Ribs can be cooked in the oven or pressure cooker - but you just can't beat the chargrilled taste and smokey flavour of cooking them on the barbecue!
So, whilst you ribs are barbecuing to juicy perfection - here are a few summer dishes you can prepare to make the perfect accompaniments.
Keto & Paleo Friendly Smokey BBQ Sauce
Our Real Food unsweetened sauces aren't just ideal for dunking, dolloping and drizzling on your favourite Keto and Paleo dishes - they also make a quick and easy meaty marinade.
A bottle of our Unsweetened Smokey Barbecue Sauce is the perfect readymade marinade for your rack of ribs. Made with Organic tomatoes and the perfect blend of spices - minus the sugar and sweeteners - you don't have to trade your health for convenience with our BBQ sauce!
Nutritional info (per serving):
*1 serving = 1/2 rack of ribs
Of which saturates: 13.9g
Of which sugars: 2.1g
What you need (ingredients):
- 2 racks of free range pork ribs
- 2 tablespoons smoked paprika
- 1 tablespoon garlic granules
- 2 teaspoons pink Himalayan salt
- 1 teaspoon black pepper
- 1 bottle Hunter & Gather Barbecue Sauce
What you do (method):
On the Barbecue
- In a small bowl, mix together the spices & seasoning, then sprinkle evenly over the ribs - rubbing them into the meat
- Wrap your ribs tightly in foil and cook covered on a medium hot barbecue for 1 hour (around 180-200C)
- Remove your ribs from the barbecue and unwrap
- Use 3/4 of the barbecue sauce to baste the ribs on both sides
- Return to the barbecue for a final 10-15 minutes, flipping regularly and basting with the remainder of the barbecue sauce
- Allow to rest for at least 10 minutes before slicing into individual ribs and serving
In the Oven
- Preheat the oven to 110C
- Line a baking sheet with foil and place on your ribs
- In a small bowl, mix together the spices & seasoning, then sprinkle evenly over the ribs
- Bake the ribs for 4 hours (If you have a pressure cooker, you can also cook the ribs with the seasoning for 45 minutes at high pressure)
- Increase the oven temp to 130C and cook for another 2 hours
- Once the ribs are roughly 90C internally, remove from the oven then turn the oven up once more to 175C
- Baste the ribs with the barbecue sauce on both sides
- Cook for a final 5-10 minutes, before removing and allowing to rest for at least 10 minutes - before serving with extra barbecue sauce