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Easy Chipotle Barbecued Ribs

Easy Chipotle Barbecued Ribs recipe
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These easy barbecued ribs get their sweet and spicy on with orange marmalade and chopped chipotle peppers in adobo sauce.
30 min
40 min
6 servings
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It is a easy and tasty recipe.
I had a big bbq I ran out of ribs and everyone said best ever an want recipe I cant wait for ribs to go on sale so i can cook more
The ingredients caught my eye, but the technique seemed a bit odd. I decided to try them anyway and Boy!!!! My husband and I loved them. I would make these for guests. I can't believe the ease and short time required for such delicious ribs. Thank you Kraft.
I'm with the earlier person wondering what the heck is adobo sauce???? Can someone answer this?? <<< From Mary, Kraft Kitchens Expert ~ Chipotles in Adodo Sauce are dried, smoked jalapenos in a sauce of ground chiles, vinegar and herbs. It is sold in cans in the Hispanic section of the supermarket. >>>
adobo for the person who asked about it is a phillipino sauce consisting of shoyu, vinegar, and water. and maybe some other spices like garlic and/or ginger if you like them.
The meat was tender and juicy. I kept the ribs on the stove a little longer than the recipe called for only because that was a desired choice. I do like the other members comments about her marinade Im definetely trying that
I plan to try this soon. However, FYI, sometimes I marinate my ribs for at least an hour in a mixture of beer and a little soy sauce, then grill. Or, I roast them in a covered roasting pan at 250 until almost done, then grill. Both methods work well and the ribs are mmmmm tender, juicy, and good.
Sweet spicy ribs, orange scented mouthful of heaven.
I think that this recipe sounds very finger licking good. i have not yet made it but i will be trying it soon. i love to cook n try new things. i want to attend school for culinary arts. so I'm going to get a lot of practice first. and i think kraft has some very great recipes.
If you love tender ribs,boiling them a little bit will have the meat falling off the bones. I learn this years ago from my mother
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