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How to cook Pork Loin Boneless Ribs

I love finding a good deal and finding boneless pork loin ribs on sale is good in many ways.  Budget friendly, boneless, tasty, tender, easy to cook main dish.  Most of the time I’d throw on some BBQ sauce and let them cook, but this time a creamy sauce was the request.   Here is how to cook a boneless pork loin that is still easy and melt in your mouth tender deliciousness.

  • Boneless pork loin ribs
  • flour
  • salt & pepper
  • olive oil
  • 1 can “cream of something”
  • 1/2 can milk or water
  • bread
Turn oven on 350° F.
Heat a skillet with enough olive oil to cover the bottom about 1/8-1/4” deep.
Salt and pepper the boneless pork then dredge in flour.
Brown the floured meat in the skillet on all sides.
Remove the meat and using the same skillet empty a can of “cream of something” soup (I had cream of celery) plus half a can of milk or water to the skillet.  Stir it together and place the meat back in the skillet of sauce.
Bake in the oven at 350° F. 45 minutes.
I’m serving it on some left over toasted rolls, but a bed of rice or noodles would be nice too. I put a couple heads of corn (in the shuck) to roast in the oven about 15 minutes before starting the meat and steamed some frozen peas.  It’s one of those recipes you can make while holding a baby on one hip and even a picky eater will be happy.  PS.  you can make the corn in the husk look fancy, check it out here.


  1. I am going to have to try this- it looks wonderful.

  2. Looks delicious and simple! Pinning this!

  3. This sounds delicious and so easy!

  4. Looks delicious! Pork's my favorite meat!

  5. Hi, I saw your link at the Wordless Wednesday linky. I'm making boneless pork chops tonight and just might have to change my strategy! Thanks so much!

  6. These look delicious! I love the limited ingredients. I have everything except the pork in my pantry.

  7. This looks so yummy! I love pork now and then. The corn is so pretty too! Pinned. Thanks for sharing with SYC.


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