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Chilean Baked Pork Rib Recipe
Chilean Baked Pork Rib Recipe

A delicious and versatile baked pork rib recipe where the marinade with traditional Chilean ingredients and patience in marination play a fundamental role in its preparation.

How to make Chilean Baked Pork Ribs?

Chilean baked pork ribs are a dish that requires dedication and care but delivers a fantastic end result that you can enjoy alone or with various types of side dishes or salads.

Nutritional Information

Category: Main Dishes
Cuisine: Chilean
Calories: 350
Preparation: 12 hours
Cooking: 60 minutes
Servings: 6 people

Chilean Baked Pork Rib Recipe


  • 2 kg of pork ribs
  • 250 ml of beef broth
  • 250 ml of white wine
  • 8 potatoes, cooked with skin
  • 6 cloves of garlic
  • 5 tablespoons of apple vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons of oregano
  • Chili paste Merken (Chilean spice)
  • Vegetable oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper


  1. Preheat the oven to 200°C (392°F) for at least 10 minutes.
  2. In a medium bowl, mix all the seasonings: garlic, apple cider vinegar, vegetable oil, oregano, chili paste, merken, salt, and pepper. Stir until you obtain a homogeneous paste.
  3. Place the pork ribs in a glass dish and season them with the seasoning paste, rubbing every surface thoroughly to ensure the meat is well coated. Cover with plastic wrap and marinate for at least 12 hours in the refrigerator.
  4. Transfer the pork ribs to an ovenproof dish, brush with oil, cover with aluminum foil, and cook for about 40 minutes. Uncover, add white wine and beef broth, and cook uncovered for another 20 minutes or until you achieve the desired level of cooking and browning. Remove the pork from the oven and cut it into 4 to 6 portions.
  5. In a medium skillet, sauté the halved potatoes, seasoning with salt and pepper to taste. Set aside.
  6. Serve the hot, juicy baked pork ribs with rustic potatoes, french fries, or fluffy rice. Optionally, sprinkle with merken to taste.

Benefits of consuming Pork

Consuming pork increases the feeling of satiety and also has a high thiamine content, necessary for carbohydrate absorption in the body.

Pork provides the necessary proteins for proper bone development during growth, with only 2.4 grams of saturated fat per 100 grams of meat, less than 10% of the daily recommended intake.

Did you know?

Pork ribs are a special meat cut different from chops, as they preserve the ribcage structure, offering an alternation of bone and meat that often allows them to be eaten directly with your hands.


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