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Skillet Saute Pork Ribs

Posted by Solitary Dancer on October 21, 2007

Skillet Saute Pork Ribs by LDSMom128

You can find some boneless pork ribs in the market. I made these in the summer when I didn’t want to take the time to heat up the barbecue. Cooking them this way will remind you of a steak! I usually cut these into bite-size pieces before I cook them since I have young kids, but you can keep them large in size so the cooking time may be a little bit longer. I like to sprinkle some Lime juice just before I serve them if I have it on hand and it makes for a great taste to the ribs.

Enjoy! — LDSMom128

INGREDIENTS:

1 lb boneless pork ribs, Cut into bite-size pieces
2 large garlic cloves
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 teaspoons ground pepper
2 teaspoons dried thyme
1 teaspoon lemon pepper
2 teaspoons lime juice (Optional if you have it)

DIRECTIONS:

   1. Cut the ribs into bite size pieces.
   2. In a large skillet pan, heat the olive oil in the pan and cook the crushed garlic for about 20 seconds or so.
   3. Add the meat and cook for about 8 minutes on each side, seasoning well with the herbs and spices.
   4. Add the lime juice and cook for about 3 minutes or so.

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