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Orange Barbecued Ribs

Orange Barbecued Ribs recipe
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Fresh orange juice and zest and a tiny bit of crushed red pepper boost the flavor of these baby back ribs. (Or spareribs! Your choice.)
time
prep:
5 min
total:
1 hr 35 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
8/28/2005
This was a superb recipe!!!
posted:
5/27/2005
Deliicious I will eat this again
posted:
5/23/2005
We added some soy sauce and ginger for some extra flavor. We also marinated the ribs overnite in a portion of the sauce, added more sauce in the morning and slow cooked them in a wrapped foil pan in a smoker for about 8 hours. The meat just fell of the bones and the flavor was outstanding!
posted:
4/4/2005
I took the recommendation posted earlier and boiled the ribs first, then put them on the barbeque. The meat came out so tender and the sauce had a great flavor. My only suggestion is to wait until the last 10 minutes of the barbeque to put on the sauce because mine came out somewhat blackened. I'll definitely be making these again!
posted:
1/28/2005
This was sooo good we parboiling ribs in water 15 min. that reduces the fat in pork ribs. It worked in the rotisserie just great. we liked the fact you add crushed red pepper flakes.
posted:
9/18/2004
posted:
4/10/2004
Tried this recipe last year at our family gathering and it was a huge success. Everyone asked that I make more for this year's celebration.
posted:
5/5/2003
posted:
12/7/2002
The ribs were excellent. We changed the recipe a little bit as we like our ribs to be fall off the bones tender. We boiled the ribs in a roaster in the oven for about 3 - 4 hours, then we marinated the ribs in the above sauce for about 2 hours. After doing that we then grilled them on the BBQ. Would definitely make them again.
posted:
10/14/2002
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