This is a recipe for Grilled Campfire Ribs. A country style pork ribs recipe that’s easy enough to take on a camping trip and perfect for feeding a hungry backyard BBQ party crowd. A quick stovetop simmer and then a long BBQ sauce marinade makes these country-style pork ribs a breeze to finish on the grill or over a campfire.
I have been compensated and provided with product by Stubbs Legendary Bar-B-Q sauces for this article. My opinions are my own.
As we find ourselves on the eve of the biggest grilling holiday in America, I’m certain you’re on the hunt for last minute 4th of July food ideas to throw the ultimate party.
Looking for something new? Something unique? Something easy? Making ribs doesn’t have to be intimidating. This is an easy grilled ribs recipe that’s so hassle free, you’ll want to make time and again.
These grilled country-style pork ribs are fall off the bone tender and dripping in tasty BBQ sauce.
And if you plan ahead, they’re a breeze to grill and feed your hungry party crowd.
So instead of thinking about hot dogs and burgers, declare independence from mustard and catsup and grab a package of ribs and a bottle of BBQ Sauce.
Grilled Country Style Pork Ribs, Perfect Camping Food
I call these Campfire Ribs, a name that comes from our camping days and the meal planning around those trips. It’s a great pre-cooked ribs for camping recipe.
These country-style pork ribs are a hearty entree that’ll please hungry campers, and they are easy to transport and cook once you’re at your campsite. And if they’re an easy dinner for camping, just think how easy you’ll find this recipe for your own back yard.
How To Make Country Style Pork Ribs – A Make-ahead Recipe
Here’s why I love this recipe. The ribs are par-boiled stove top, then left to soak in a marinade sauce before a quick finish on a grill.
Stubb’s makes marinating an even easier task. No mixing or measuring, just grab a bottle of their Pork Marinade. This spicy blend of chiles, lime and ginger will give a kick to anything pig, from pork chops to tenderloins to ribs.
Marinate the ribs for 24 hours, or even better, two days. Using tongs, turn a few times during the marinade to coat with flavor.
The ribs are then easily finished on the grill for a quick slather and glaze with Stubb’s Legendary Bar-B-Q sauce.
Make Ahead Country Style Ribs For Camping
Not only is this a great backyard grilled rib recipes, this is a super easy make ahead rib recipe for camping. Simple, here’s what to do.
- 24 hours before you’re leaving for your trip, par-boil the ribs for 20 minutes in a large pot on your stove-top
- Transfer the ribs to a couple of zip lock bags and add the marinade. I like to double bag them just to make sure they stay sealed. Or you can place them in a disposable roasting dish. Which ever method works best for you for transporting.
- Once at your campsite, throw the ribs on the grill and cook for 15 – 20 minutes basting liberally with BBQ sauce and turning frequently.
So pick up a package of country style pork ribs and a bottle of your Stubb’s pork marinade and bar-b-que sauce and enjoy an All-American platter of goodness this weekend.
Looking for menu ideas to make that holiday party a complete success? How about a side dish of BBQ Coleslaw. This recipe is a Stubb’s original, using mayo and BBQ sauce. It’s flat out delicious and a perfect side dish for ribs.
And if you want to include burgers alongside those ribs for your 4th of July party, take a look at this recipe for Buffalo Burger with Smoky BBQ Cream Sauce.
Recipe for Campfire Ribs, Grilled Country Style Pork Ribs
I hope you give this country style ribs recipe a try, and if you do, please come back and give it a star rating. Your feedback is valuable to me for developing future recipes. And if you have a favorite country ribs recipe, let me know, I’d love to give it a try.
Pork tenderloin is one of America’s favorite choice for an easy and delicious pork dinner. Take a look at my recipe for Spice Rubbed Pork Tenderloin. It’s a “how to” and a tasty recipe all in one post.
Grilled Country Style Pork Ribs, Campfire Ribs
- 6 pounds country style pork ribs
- 1 bottle Stubbs Pork Marinade Chile Lime Ginger Flavor
- 2 Cups Stubbs Original BBQ Sauce
- In a large Dutch oven, parboil ribs in water to cover for 20 minutes. Drain immediately.
- Place ribs in a roasting dish and pour the Stubbs Pork Marinade over them. Using tongs, turn the ribs several times to coat. Cover and refrigerate for at least 24 hours and preferably two days. Turning occasionally.
- If you’ve taking these camping, marinade in 2 – 3 heavy duty gallon storage bags. Turning the bags occasionally.
- Grill ribs over medium hot flame for 15 minutes, turning frequently and basting with Stubbs Original BBQ Sauce.
- 3 Tablespoons oil
- 1/3 cup hoisin
- 1/3 cup soy sauce
- 4 T. grated ginger
- 3/4 cup whisky
- Zest and juice 1 orange
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 6 cloves garlic – pressed
Country Style Pork Ribs …. It’s Whats for Dinner
What I Love About Stubbs Products
Gotta love all that history: Stubb’s legendary Bar-B-Q was founded by C.B.”Stubb” Stubblefield. His picture appears on every single Stubb’s sauce, marinade and rub.
Stubbs said his life was in these bottles. When people asked him what he put in the sauce, he’s say “love and happiness”. He was called the King of Texas BBQ and Blues. Stubbs started off with a restaurant in 1968 and these sauces are what he served for twenty years prior to bottling them. When he began bottling the sauces he used old jam jars and whiskey bottles. He’d cork the whiskey bottles with jalapenos and serrano peppers. Today Stubb’s grandsons Rocky and Reggie Stubblefield serve as ambassadors for the brand.
And what I especially like about their products is the fact that they are all free of high fructose corn syrup, and they contain no artificial flavors or colors.