Pork spareribs are the lower half of the ribs. They rest on the inside of the pork belly. As a cut, spareribs consist of pieces of bone that are connected by fatty meat and connective tissue. They can be cooked as a whole slab or cut into individual ribs. The meat is full of flavor and protein, but can be very tough if not given ample time for the muscle fibers to break down.
This cut is best prepared low and slow, ideally with some liquid. The spareribs are great when baked in the oven with barbecue sauce or braised in an Asian style sauce. They can also be cooked in the smoker or over indirect heat on your grill.
Each package of Red House Ranch pork spare ribs weighs roughly two pounds which is enough to feed one to two people.
** Did you know that pasture-raised pork has less saturated fat and more polyunsaturated fat than conventional pork? This is important because it can help to lower cholesterol and the risk of heart disease or heart attacks. **
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