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Baked Pork Rib Roast with Jack Daniels Barbecue Sauce


This roast fell off the bone and just melted in our mouth, its one of  the most tender pork roast we have ever had! It's a great alternative for those that don't grill for a great barbecue indoors. In our case we had gotten rained out, but it didn't spoil our barbecue, this has all the flavor!






1 medium size pork rib roast 3 or 4 pounds

Marinade:

1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
4 cloves garlic, minced
2 cups ketchup
1/3 cup vinegar
1/2 cup brown sugar, packed firmly
3/4 cup molasses
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1/4 cup tomato paste
2 teaspoons liquid smoke
1/2 teaspoon Tabasco sauce (or to taste) or 1/4 teas of cayenne pepper
 1/2 cup Bourbon (Jack Daniels was my choice)

Directions: Pre heat oven to 325 degree hot oven.

Combine the garlics with the bourbon (start with a small amount... you can always add more to taste) in a large saucepan; cook until translucent. Add remaining ingredients; bring to a boil.

Simmer for 20 minutes. In a large oil sprayed non stick roasting pan, place roast in the pan. Pour half the sauce on the roast, cover with foil loosely. Bake at 325 on a slow oven till browned and crisp on top, around 1/2 hour per pound. This pork ribs are very tender. Goes well with sweet potatoes, green beans with olive oil,  Flatbread garlic pizza...  Use the additional sauce to dip the pork in... enjoy~
 
Sweet Potatoes with Banana and Pecan Topping 
Green Beans with Olive Oil
Italian Flatbread Garlic Pizza

33 comments:

  1. Claudia that is one great looking roast. I have to try your baking sauce next time I make a pork roast.

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  2. This sauce should make these ribs very succulent. It looks amazing dear Bye, have a great week

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  3. looks fantastic, I will your rib recipe this coming weekend... Lets just pray I don't burn my kitchen down

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  4. It looks fantastic!Well done,dear!Have a nice day!

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  5. Love how u incorporate Bourbon into the recipe!

    Dropping by from Luxury Indulgence

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  6. Bartender give me another shot of pork. That looks amazing!

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  7. The best thing about this is sipping the Jack Daniels over ice while the roast cooks. Thanks.

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  8. Your sauce sounds amazing! I'm going to save that one to try for our "Dads and Grads" party that is coming up. Your roast looks absolutely fabulous. Thank you for sharing your recipe! Have a great week, Candace

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  9. gotta be one of the best looking roast I've seen, just beautiful and the sauce sounds amazing....

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  10. Boo to rain! But 'yay' for this awesome BBQ alternative :) Looks delicious!

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  11. Wow, looks amazingly flavorful and succulent! awesome!

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  12. Where were you on Sunday?? The temptation!

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  13. What gorgeous photos. You have made me hungry for ribs before 9 in the morning.
    Your marinade sounds wonderful. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  14. Oh yeah!!! Nice! This is what I want this weekend!

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  15. I haven't made a pork roast with the bones attached in eons! This one looks fabulous, Claudia!

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  16. April @ girlgonegourmetMay 31, 2011 at 7:53 PM

    Looks amazing and sounds delicious! Note to self: must make this soon!

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  17. You had me at pork roast; the Jack Daniels put me over the edge.
    A gorgeous roast.

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  18. The spicy and tangy flavors in the sauce must have been divine. You cannot beat ribs that melt off the bone. Goodness, I am craving some!

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  19. My mouth is on the floor... oh my goodness... that is just incredible! Thank you for the recipe...can't wait to give this a go!!

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  20. Gorgeous. Gorgeous. Oh my. I am in love.

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  21. That is one gorgeous roast! Your picture speaks volumes! I can practically taste it and smell it! Wow! : )

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  22. Claudia, is that 1/2 teaspoon OR 1/2 cup of bourbon in the marinade? Stacey

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  23. Is it really bad to want pork roast at 8:30 in the morning? I blame it all on you, Claudia :-)

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  24. Now that is one good looking roast! Bottoms up on a shot of JD on the side too!

    Bon appetit!
    CCR
    =:~)

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  25. Ah, there's nothing like a little bourbon in the ribs!!! Love this recipe and wish I had seen it before having ribs Sunday. I see ribs in my near future...

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  26. This sounds delicious! Love Ribs, and this sauce just sounds perfect!

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  27. There is something about bourbon in a BBQ sauce that just makes it for me. Looks absolutely mouth watering!

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  28. looks super good - Jack Daniels makes everything better

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  29. Claudia, those ribs look awesome! Great pictures. I think I need more napkins though.

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  30. Your roast is a beautiful sight Claudia! And your marinade is packed with flavor - love the JD in it!

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  31. Gorgeously prepared roast, and that marinade is just beautiful! Rainy days can't stop you my dear :)

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  32. Just about the most beautiful roast in BBQ sauce, Claudia. BBQ'd ribs rock!!! Bet the flavor was over the top!

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