This One Pot Oven Roasted Bone In Pork Rib Roast with Vegetables is a delicious and healthy meal idea. Make a complete meal in one dish!
I’m a big fan of one pot roasted dinners. Being able to prepare and cook an entire meal in one dish is the best…the clean up is easy and your workload is very minimal. I also use this method for roasting chicken, and also for roasting pork. You just can’t beat being able to throw all the ingredients into one dish, then 2 hours or so later, you have dinner ready. A full meal in one dish. Really the easiest kind of dinner…the kind that makes you heave a sigh of relief around 5:00 when everyone in the house is beginning to fall apart. Fret not, dinner will be ready soon. Nothing left to do but have the kids set the table, and then you can pour yourself a glass of wine.
The great thing about preparing a dinner like this is that you can use any vegetables that you have on hand like potatoes, carrots, celery, parsnip, onions and squash. Basically any vegetable that roasts well in the oven is perfect for a one-pot roasted dinner. But I highly recommend using apples, and the more the better. When they roast they get soft and by dinner time they have magically turned into a delicious applesauce that pairs perfectly with pork. SO good.
On a side note, in my hungry haste I forgot to get an after picture of this dish, so you’ll just have to see the before. Actually I think that’s for the better, the lighting at dinner time here up north is the pits, so the after picture wouldn’t have been as bright and cheery (when is summer coming back again?!).
How to Serve a Bone in Pork Rib Roast:
Once the roast is done, cut it into chops so each person gets a chop with a bone. This roast is basically one long series of bone in pork chops and it is delicious! Bone in chops are my favourite cut of pork, besides bacon. Because bacon. Anyway, enjoy!
Here are more delicious Roasted Pork recipes!
Have a delicious day!