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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:
9/13/2010
very tangy and tasty. My family loved it!
posted:
7/12/2008
Easy to do Delicious
posted:
6/4/2007
Excellent ribs! I was skeptical about the ingredient combination however they had a great taste with just the right kick to them. My husband loved them! We will be adding these ribs to our football season menu!
posted:
4/7/2007
My husband was skeptical about the boiling but they turned out well. The sauce was very good...I used the ground chipotle peppers instead of the peppers in adobo and it was just the right amount of heat.
posted:
10/5/2006
I made my ribs for the 4th of July, it was a hit. Everyone complimented me on the sweet and zesty taste.
posted:
4/25/2006
this was wonderful I add a little more chipotle then called for I will be using this recipe this summer
posted:
1/24/2006
A huge hit!! Also in the crock pot, but we were gone so long I put them on for 10 hours on low. Turned them once and they were wonderful. I used a cup of the Bulls-Eye, 1/2 cup of the marmalade and the whole small can of chipotles. Spicy and good. Leftovers (if you have any) would make great pulled pork sandwiches.
posted:
10/26/2005
These are some of the best ribs ever. I used beef not pork and they tasted fine with no other alterations to the recipe. I usually put the ribs in the crock pot and then pour the marinade over and let them cook for 6 hours on High and they are falling of the bone good.
posted:
10/15/2005
Has anyone tried this with beef ribs? My husband can't eat pork but this recipe sounds great. Wondering if anything would be done differently in the prep. Appreciate any help.
posted:
9/20/2005
This was excellent... my husband really loved it... the next time I make this, I'll try the bbq sauce with chicken...
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