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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.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
8/23/2005
I have not made THIS recipe but, you you are doing something I do everytime we Barbecue, inside or outside, boiling seems to cut down on the grilling time and it helps make the meat tender, I will be trying your recipe because I am from New Orleans, and I like it HOT!!
posted:
8/23/2005
I have not made this and if I did, wouldn't even consider boiling the ribs first. To answer the reader who asked the question, boiling the meat takes out the flavor...fat yes, but that's where the flavor is. The secret to good ribs (in my humble opinion) is to grill them slowly over a hot fire. A lot of the fat will cook off, but you'll still retain the flavor.
posted:
8/23/2005
I'm interested in the "boiling ribs" controversy. In the movie "Fried Green Tomatoes", they definitely boiled the ribs before grilling them. The sheriff seemed to love them. (shiver down the spine, for those of you who remember the movie). This recipe sounds good, but I'd like to know more about the pros and cons of boiling first.
posted:
8/23/2005
This is one of the few recipes I have seen that recommends boiling the ribs as the first step of preparation. I frequently do this and in many, many years of cooking, I have never had "dried out" or "unflavorful" ribs. In fact, the ribs are very moist and because the possibility of burning or charring the ribs is reduced, so are the carcinogenics that one wants to avoid ingesting.
posted:
8/23/2005
We LOVE spicy food and this hits the spot. Think we will try it on pork chops.
posted:
8/23/2005
Never boil ribs. Takes flavor out. Just bake in oven for approx. 20 minutes. Then add the rest of the ingredients and finish cooking.
posted:
8/23/2005
You BOILED your ribs.....blashphemy!!!!
posted:
8/23/2005
enjoyed this very much....going to try it on grilled pork chops
posted:
8/23/2005
Recipe sounds great, but couldnt figure out how to just ask a question...it sounds like this is something very typical or available "chopped chipotle peppers in adobo sauce", is it?
posted:
7/14/2005
Definitely one of the best rib recipies ever. leftovers tasted even better.
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