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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:
9/18/2005
It is a easy and tasty recipe.
posted:
9/11/2005
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
posted:
9/7/2005
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.
posted:
9/6/2005
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. >>>
posted:
8/29/2005
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.
posted:
8/26/2005
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
posted:
8/24/2005
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.
posted:
8/24/2005
Sweet spicy ribs, orange scented mouthful of heaven.
posted:
8/24/2005
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.
posted:
8/23/2005
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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