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Honey barbecued pork ribs are a tasty dish to have in the summertime with a side of coleslaw, baked beans and cornbread. The ribs are very easy to make using some basic ingredients and a little bit of time. Heck, they are even tasty to have at a cookout or party.


One 12-ounce bottle of honey barbecued sauce (you may use homemade)

Four racks of pork ribs



Olive oil spray


Baking sheet

Grill or oven




1. Place the ribs flat onto the baking sheet and spray them down evenly with olive oil spray.

2. Sprinkle a little bit of salt and pepper onto all sides of the pork ribs.

3. Brush the honey-barbecued sauce onto the ribs evenly on both sides.

4. Place the coated pork ribs onto a hot grill and cook them for about 10 minutes on each side, or place them in the oven underneath the broil on high heat for about 10 minutes on each side.

5. You will know the ribs are done when they are falling off the bones and are slightly crispy.

6. Remove the honey barbecued pork ribs from the baking sheet or grills with the tongs and serve them up to eat hot for a tasty meal.


1. If you have left over honey barbecued pork ribs simply wrap them up in tin foil and place them into the refrigerator to use as left overs. They should stay good for about 3 days.

2. When you want to reheat the honey barbecued pork ribs, it is best to heat them up in the oven on a baking sheet in a 350-degree oven for 20 minutes. Placing them into the microwave makes them dry out.

3. If you need more ribs just double up on this recipe and it should work out just fine. You may however, need more baking sheets for the oven, or a bigger grill.

© 2019 Paul Timman