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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:
8/8/2007
I haven't tried this recipe but I just can't imagine ribs cooked this fast turning out tender. I still cook baby backs in the oven very slowly at a low heat after boiling for 10 min. Someone said a can of Coke or Pepsi in the boiling water helps tenderize. I'm going to try that. Sorry, I probably won't try this recipe because I wouldn't want to waste the money spent on the ribs.
posted:
8/7/2007
These by far are the best ribs I have ever eaten,And they are very easy to make.I rate 5 stars forthis recipe. gump6 8-7-2007
posted:
8/2/2007
It depends on your defination of the word "Quick". It is quick to also wrap ribs in heavy foil after putting on some sauce and throwing in the oven for 2.25 hours, seam side up. Drain off the liquid into the sink and then brown them for a few minutes on the grill. Really tender and good!
posted:
8/2/2007
For those who didn't read the title of the recipe, this is supposed to be QUICK, not slow cooking. Slow cook is the best way and the one we all know, but my husband created a variation of this recipe a couple of years ago. He takes slabs of ribs and places them in a very large pan on top of a steamer; therefore, they are not sitting in water but are steamed. After steaming for awhile, he is ready to place them on the grill basting with the bar-be-que sauce. You cannot believe the compliments and those that want his recipe!
posted:
8/1/2007
I don't like the boiling idea either. Rather than babybacks, I used western ribs, the thick cut pieces with a bit of fat on them. I put them in a roasting pan, on top of two racks, so they weren't sitting in the liquid. I added 2-3 bottles of beer, a couple splashes of A1 (or equivalent), and a liberal amount of Worcestershire sauce (3-4 tablespoons, I don't think you can really add too much). No lid on top, I roasted in the oven for 6 hours, give or take, at about 250-325 F. Turn them every now and again, when it seems like one side is getting done quicker than another side. When they're done, then take'em outside and grill'em with the BBQ sauce. Tender? Oh, baby!!
posted:
8/1/2007
I prefer bar b cue grilled ribs
posted:
8/1/2007
I always boil my ribs, but I add about 5 TBS. of apple cider vinager to the water. They are so tender and almost fall right of the bone. YUM YUM !!!
posted:
8/1/2007
I always boil my ribs first too. It doesn't make them tough as leather, it actually helps make them so tender the meat falls off the bone. I think the secret is not to cook them too fast. Delish recipe...will make again!
posted:
8/1/2007
I marinated my ribs in 8oz.Kraft light Italian dressing,garlic powder, a little salt and pepper for 1.5hours. This makes it very tender. Then I put the ribs on the grill for about 35 minutes and basted them in Kraft BBQ sauce. They came out great!!!!
posted:
8/1/2007
I always boil my ribs first. The only thing I do differently is that I add a whole can of Coke or Pepsi to the water for boiling. It really helps tenderize the meat.
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