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Feb 25, 2009 08:20 PM

boneless pork shoulder rib cut help?

My roommate who barely cooks just came home from costco with what I believe is boneless pork shoulder cut into large rib sized strips. He is envisioning some slow cooked (by me) wonder on the green egg bbq. I am wondering based off of the cut, what are some good ways to deal with this? Perhaps some carnitas? That's all i got. Thanks

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  1. Endless how you can use them.
    Google "country style rib recipes"

    1. A simple pork adobo--Filipino style--is an easy answer. Soy sauce, those ribs, some vinegar, salt and pepper and you have a tasty dish. Not something I make more than 1-2 times per year, but it's tasty and easy.

      1. You can do just about anything with these ribs.

        Crockpot, slow cooker, braise, bake, grill, even pan-fry.

        My preferred way is to brown them first, then braise them in a mixture of V8, dry sherry, garlic, shallots, carrots, onions celery and some cayenne pepper.

        1. Use all or part of it, cut into chunks, for a chili verde:

          1. Yep Carnitas is the ticket as long as your "ribs" have some fat on them.