There is nothing like cooking juicy tender ribs on the grill, but with these orange soy pork ribs you can make tender ribs in no time at all in the oven in no time. The recipe takes under 20 minutes of extremely easy prep work, the rest is marinading and cooking. The ribs are braised in the sweet orange and soy marinade and come out tender and delicious. Plus the marinade reduces into a thick and syrupy sauce that you brush on at the last moment. These ware a definitely a crowd pleasing rib recipe that anyone can make.
Cut the ribs down into individual ribs. Place the ribs in a resealable bag. You can cut the rib so there is meat on both sides and remove every other rib completely.
In a bowl, Combine the orange juice, soy sauce,brown sugar and cumin. Mix until all of the sugar has dissolved.
Pour the marinade into the bag over the ribs. Squeeze the excess air out of the bag and seal tight.
Let the ribs marinate for 60 minutes in the refrigerator, turn the bag over midway for maximum coverage.
Transfer the ribs and marinade to a 13” x 9” baking dish, arrange the ribs in a single layer and not touching.
In a 375°F oven, Roast the ribs for 30 minutes, then flip over and cook for an additional 30 minutes until the ribs are tender and the marinade has thickened and syrupy consistency.
Brush the thickened marinade onto the ribs for a sauce.
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