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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:
6/14/2006
Boiling ribs, never! Barbecued ribs should be cooked slow on the grill. Whenever I turn the ribs over on the grill I spray them with water seasoned with vinegar, pepper, salt, garlic, and ground celery seeds. These moist, tender ribs are served with BBQ sauce on the side. These are well worth the time it takes them to cook. Boiled ribs aren't even in the same class.
posted:
6/14/2006
While this recipe was delicious, I found what I feel is an easier and just as tasty a way. We buy a large quantity of ribs when on sale and cut the ribs into two-rib pieces. We build a wood fire in our charcoal grill and sear the ribs over a high flame. We then package them individually in plastic wrap and freeze them in baggies. Any time we want ribs, I thaw the quantity of ribs we want the day before. The next day I baste them heavily with BBQ sauce and cook them in the crock pot with no liquid or other ingredients until tender. They taste like you just took them off the grill. This is a great method for other meats too, especially if you live up north and have a large freezer. (You do have to watch them closely at the end to be sure they don't just fall off the bone.)
posted:
6/14/2006
For first step I use my pressure cooker which takes 10 minutes! Really tenderizes the ribs and I don't cut into sections until ready to serve.
posted:
6/14/2006
nothing any better thn these rib, but with my family we needed more ribs, they couldnt get enough.
posted:
6/14/2006
I boil a large pot of water and add 1 large can of beer to the pot. I boil the ribs for about 1/2 hour, until tender. Then I season with garlic power, salt, and pepper and cook on the grill about 5 min. per side. Then I brush with Kraft's honey roasted garlic BBQ sauce. The best and most tender ribs ever.
posted:
6/13/2006
I take the ribs and place them in an aluminum throw away pan and marinade them in Kraft original barbecue sauce overnight. Then place the pan on the grill and cook on medium for a couple of hours. then I add some more Kraft sauce. They come out very tasty and tender. Also, sometime I use both the BULL-EYE original sauce and the Kraft together. Everybody loves my ribs, they think I use some special recipe, but its just the Kraft, which is more sweet and the Bulls eye is more sour. The combination is great!!
posted:
6/13/2006
I have always fixed ribs this way! I put a small amount of vinegar and pickling spice in the water. Juicy, tasty ribs!
posted:
6/13/2006
I've been making my baby back ribs this way for years...they're the best!
posted:
6/13/2006
I cook my ribs in beer in the oven at 375 for 1 hour then put on the grill. They are very tender and juicy.
posted:
4/25/2006
This is such an awesome and easy way to make ribs. Although I made them in the Oven instead of on the grill. I have made it for my family and friends and they all LOVED it! It's the right amount of sweet from the BBQ sauce and spicy from the spices. And everyone commented that they loved how the meat comes right off of the bone! I highly recommend this recipe and will continue to use it.
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