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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:
8/4/2003
This recipe was very easy to prepare. The ribs were tender and very delicious. We grilled them with just seasoning salt and no barbecue sauce because I am diabetic. They were still delicious. My husband prefers them without sauce, too.
posted:
7/29/2003
Have done ribs this way forever. Usually buy the huge family pack. Boil all ribs then bag and freeze in meal size bags. When in a hurry, you can put ribs in microwave to thaw, then put on grill and sauce. Great for last minute dinners.
posted:
7/21/2003
I tried this receipe, and did not enjoy it, I have been cooking my ribs on the bbq for a few years, and they come out with more taste, I will agree that it takes at least 3 hours, as compared to 30 minutes, but it is very much worth the wait.
posted:
7/15/2003
I boil the ribs in beer, peppercorns, and seasoning salt. The beer tenderizes the ribs. Also by cutting them in 2 rib sections the smoke from the grill and the sauce get on the meat more.
posted:
7/5/2003
NEVER BOIL RIBS(this is plain lazy) nothing substitutes for slow roasting (3 hrs. at 250) Then add the sauce on the side and serve (you won't change the flavor of the sauce, Kraft works so hard to create)and your invitees with reservations about sauces will appreciate the choice of amount of sauce to apply to THEIR ribs!!! BGS
posted:
7/4/2003
I have always par-boiled my ribs before grilling. I add garlic, onion, salt and pepper to the water to add additional flavor. I also use Bulls Eye sauce -- but I empty the sauce into a metal pan, mix a bottle of orange soda with the sauce. The pan sets on the grill and as the ribs are grilled (browned a little) I place them in the sauce and let them cook in the sauce until the sauce cooks down a little and the other menu items are finished.
posted:
7/3/2003
This is the ONLY way we cook our ribs. They turn out PERFECT everytime!!!
posted:
6/14/2003
I have used the microwave for this recipe,for a long time and I am never disappointed! I use a spice rub all over before I put them in the microwave. Then a short time basting on the grill,great recipe!!
posted:
5/30/2003
I have made ribs like this recipe for years. They are very good.
posted:
5/28/2003
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