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Easy BBQ Ribs

Easy BBQ Ribs recipe
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Pork baby back ribs get tender during a 20-minute simmer and then spend some time on the grill with a few brushes of BBQ sauce. Quick. Easy. Delicious!
time
prep:
10 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
6/20/2006
We made these for Father's Day and they were GREAT! My 5 year old daughter and 3 1/2 year old son asked me to make them "EVERY NIGHT!" The best part is that they were super easy and quick!
posted:
6/19/2006
two thumbs up !! made this yesterday-father's day and my family loved it...my brother-in-law who is a bbq-king was pleased to the juiceness of the meat...pre-boiling really helped a lot !!! this will surely be my regular recipe !! thanks kraft-family!!
posted:
6/19/2006
Very good recipe. I did change the preparation a bit. I baked the ribs instead of boiling them. Before baking I used a dry rub on the ribs, wrapped them in a double amount of foil and baked them at 275 degrees for 3 hours. Removed the ribs from the foil and grilled them according to the rest of the recipe. The meat fell completely off the bone! Yum!
posted:
6/18/2006
I made this recipe for my husband for Father's Day and it was an absolute hit!~!~
posted:
6/15/2006
The boil first portion of the recipe is neccessary to tenderize the rib meat. It also allows more of the BBQ sauce to penetrate the meat and thus enhances the flavor.
posted:
6/15/2006
I have used the BBQ and boil method, but I prefer to cook them slowly in the oven in orange juice, and slices of fresh lemons. I then drain them, add the BBQ sauce and finish baking them off,......... wonderful ribs. and still quick!
posted:
6/15/2006
Never-NEVER boil ribs first. Slow cooking on the grill is the only way for the BEST ribs in the world!
posted:
6/15/2006
I have seen a lot of comments about "NEVER" boiling ribs. I have had ribs both ways. My mother always boiled ribs before grilling them. In my opinion, they are more tender and have as much flavor not to mention saving time. Isn't that what this magazine is about. Good food, fast!
posted:
6/15/2006
I always preboil my ribs...this is a great idea and it is always more tender no matter how slow I cook them on the grill. Delicious. Family loves them.
posted:
6/14/2006
Boiling ribs????? NEVER!!!!!!!! Low and slow on the grill.
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