Pork Ribs with Dijon Mustard

Yes, we admit it – we have a problem. A Dijon mustard problem, we are addicted! Take your ribs game to the next level with these incredible, french style, ribs.

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Pork Loin Ribs with Dijon Mustard

Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time1 hr


  • 250 ml Creme Fraiche or sour cream
  • 1/2 cup White Wine Sauvignon Blanc preferred – nothing pricey
  • 8 tbsp Dijon Mustard Get the best quality you can, it makes a difference
  • 2 medium Onions diced
  • 250 g Cheddar Cheese grated
  • 2 kg Pork Loin Ribs
  • Butter for the roasting pan


  • In a bowl, combine the creme fraiche and the dijon mustard, stir well and try your best not to taste too much!
  • Then add the grated cheese, season salt and pepper to taste and stir again
  • Spread the mixture evenly over the ribs, leave for 1 hour so the meat can soak in the mustard a bit more. If pressed for time, cook straight away as long as the ribs are at room tempreture
  • Preheat the oven to 200°. Grease your roasting pan with the butter.
  • Spread the onions at the bottom of the dish and place the ribs on the onions
  • Pour the white wine.
  • Cook for 45 minutes and viola!


You can substitute the ribs for loin chops if you wish. 
Use a temperature probe to ensure the meat is done.
Goes well with mashed potatoes.



2 comments on “Pork Ribs with Dijon Mustard

  • Charles

    March 16, 2021 -

    Looks delicious! Definitely my dish for the weekend.

    Any suggestions on a substitute for the wine with if the alcohol is an issue?

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    • baymeatmarket

      March 16, 2021 -

      It is indeed! Any stock would work fine too.

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