Tender Pork Ribs


Tender Pork Ribs


For years I would not think about making ribs because I thought it was very difficult and required special techniques and equipment. The first time I made them with my artSAVOR 49, I was so surprised at how easy it was. I did not even need to boil the ribs first. If you like BBQ sauce glaze, brush your favorite sauce on the ribs about 20 minutes before they are done or when you take the ribs from the oven.

Seasons up to 2 Pork Rib Racks
Serves 4-8


  1. 1pk artSAVOR 49

  2. ¾C Olive oil, More if needed

  3. 1 Pork Rib Rack, Denuded


  • 18” x 13” Baking Tray

  • Glass Jar (Preferably with Screw Lid)


  • For even flavor in every bite mix entire package with oil

  • Use artSAVOR 49 for a variety of ribs or meaty fish like Swordfish

  • Add extra salt and pepper to your taste if desired


  1. Mix entire package of Blend No.49 with oil in a mixing bowl, set aside

  2. Place ribs on a baking tray

  3. Pour some of the Blend mixture onto ribs without touching the meat

  4. Rub the Blend mixture into the ribs well with your hands on both sides

  5. Add more of the Blend mixture if needed for stronger flavor, optional

  6. Cover and refrigerate preferably for 4 hours until ready to cook

  7. Refrigerate excess Blend mixture, if any, in a jar with lid closed for later use


  1. Heat oven to 450˚F

  2. Bring ribs to room temperature

  3. Place ribs in the oven with meat side up

  4. Roast 15 minutes

  5. Lower oven temperature to 300˚F, roast 1 hour

  6. Lower oven temperature to 275˚F, roast 30 minutes

  7. or until meat starts falling off bones

  8. Transfer ribs to your cutting board, cut between every other rib

  9. Add BBQ sauce of your choice, optional and serve with your choice of side