If you’ve been following my blog, you know how much we love ribs! But ever since the brand we used to buy moved their company to China, (and the only ones our stores sold), the quality plummeted and we stopped buying them immediately.
So, my hubby picked up some old-fashioned, country-style pork ribs instead!
I wanted to make something different and unique this time, and at the last minute, (while they were baking!), I decided to try frying them afterwards instead of coating them with a sauce!
And these incredibly tasty Chicken Fried Country Ribs turned out to be a huge hit! Incredibly delicious with a down-home flavor!!
They do take some time to make, but that’s only just oven time. Super simple to get started, and while they’re baking, get your seasoned flour, egg dip, and pan of oil ready to go, and you’ll fly right through the rest!
Since they’ll already be fully cooked, you then just double-batter them, then fry them for 5 minutes to brown the coating!
Crispy on the outside, just like good fried chicken, and still tender and juicy on the inside!
And that’s really all there is to it! Just as delicious as fried chicken, only even more fun than regular ol’ ribs!
Simply serve them with a bowl of mashed potatoes, potato wedges or french fries, maybe a nice ear of corn or some baked beans, potato salad or cole slaw, toss in some homemade pickles and peperoncini peppers just for extra fun… and you’ve got yourself one heck of a meal!
Serve it up hot with an icy-cold beer or tall glass of sweet tea and invite some friends over!
~Hope you all enjoy!!~
Suggested gravies and sauces for dipping:
Peppered White Country Gravy
Creamy Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce
Mississippi Comeback Sauce
Balsamic Espresso Coca-Cola Barbecue Sauce
Best Homemade Ranch Dressing
Easy Beef Gravy
Easiest Rich and Creamy Chicken Gravy
Seasoning for Ribs:
Seasoned Flour Mixture: