Fork Tender Country Style Ribs and Coleslaw Recipe
Welcome to our fifth and final day of Classy Cookin’! My super talented (and gorgeous!) sister in law, Jen is going to be sharing a yummy, healthy and EASY dinner recipe! Actually, that’s the name of her blog! Perfect huh!? I’ll stop rambling and let Jen share her fabulousness with you!
Hi Classy Clutter viewers! My name is Jen Nikolaus and I’m the creator of the blog Yummy Healthy Easy. I have always loved cooking and am so excited to share my recipes with you! I am a stay at home Mom and am completely outnumbered in my home by my husband, Cory and our four crazy boys: Justin, (10) Chance, (7) and my Irish twins, Brock (2) and Tate (1). My favorite room in my house is the kitchen and I enjoy creating yummy, healthy and easy meals for my family!
When Mallory and Savannah asked me to guest post on their blog, I was over the moon with excitement! I started sifting through my huge recipe folder to find the perfect recipe to share. I narrowed it down to 10 different ones. (haha!) But then I got to thinking that I wanted to share a recipe that has been passed down for generations in my family. Immediately, I knew I had to give you this recipe for Country Style Ribs! They are AH-MAZING! They are really easy to make, the meat just falls off the bone when they’re done and the barbecue sauce cooks up to make this really yummy crust that is divine! The coleslaw pairs perfectly with this picnic style meal!
(my Aunt Chris’ Recipe)
In a large bowl, place cabbage and carrot. Separately combine sugar, salt, pepper, milk, mayo, buttermilk, vinegar and lemon or lime juice in a small bowl and stir with a wire whisk until creamy. Pour over cabbage and mix well! Cover and refrigerate for several hours so the cabbage gets tender. Makes 8 delicious servings.***Also, quick side note: If you don’t have buttermilk on hand (I almost never do!) mix 1/4 cup milk and 1/4 Tbsp. lemon juice and let sit for 5 minutes. This will make your 1/4 cup homemade buttermilk. 🙂 I hope you enjoy this yummy meal as much as my family does!
Thanks so much for sharing this with us Jen! It looks amazing!!! How about I fly out to Cali and you can make me some and we can go to the beach!? hehe! Do yourself and your family a favor and head over to Yummy Healthy Easy and follow Jen’s blog! She posts amazing recipes every couple of days! I LOVE IT!If you think it looks as yummy as I do, share it on pinterest!
Sounds really yummy !
yay jenny!!! she and i go way back!!! i’m sure it’s fantastic! thanks for the fabulous recipe!!!
These ribs look delicious!! Great recipe for grilling! Thanks for being a part of our “Strut Your Stuff Saturday.” Hope to see you again real soon!! -The Sisters
What size bottle of ketchup do you use?
I have the same question!
What size of ketchup bottle. How much if you half the recipe?
I made this for myself and my husband for inner tonight. 4hrs of cooking and worth every minute it took. I used a 20 oz bottle of ketchup in the sauce. also cut the sugar in the coleslaw in half. My hubby is a happy camper right now!
The recipe is SOO worth the 4 hours!! I am glad you guys enjoyed it!
Was it ever confirmed that even size of the ketchup bottle was 20 oz? Thanks
waaaaay over cooked! Might be OK for real ribs, not “country ribs”, which aren’t ribs. 1 hr. max. I threw mine away!