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Saucy Foil-Pack Barbecue Ribs

Saucy Foil-Pack Barbecue Ribs recipe
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A little sweet heat works its magic while these grill, producing flavorful ribs with a zing of citrus. Foil-pack makes them extra tender and juicy.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
1 hr 25 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
11/9/2004
Simply delicious
posted:
11/6/2004
wow I thought this recipe was amazing and so did everyone else.
posted:
9/15/2004
Even the baby was chowing down!!! Very tasty!
posted:
9/12/2004
Very, very easy to make, the pork was so moist and tender. I made these at our annual camping party. Everyone loved them. Wish I would have made more. Thanks
posted:
9/2/2004
Very moist and tasty. Everyone loved it
posted:
9/2/2004
I love these ribs! Very good and easy! I add a rib dry rub mixed with 1 to 2 crushed cloves garlic only to satisfied my need for a bit of heat and flavor. I rub the ribs on both sides with the dry rub paste. Place them in large sheet of foil as instructed. Pour 1/2 cup of beer (au lieu of water) in each foil packet, seal and let them marinade at room temperature for one hour on a baking sheet, then grill. Also, I've roasted them with great success in the oven at 250 degrees F. for 2 hours (or 325F for 2 hours, if pressed for time). Then proceed as directed and finish the cooking on the grill (or place the ribs under the broiler) brushed with the barbecue sauce mixture, basting and turning just until glaze caramelizes lightly. I would like to take this opportunity and let you know that I enjoy being subscribed, love my foody read of your Newsletter and Food & Family Magazine, and have had a lot of fun testing out many of the great recipes on your easy to navigate site. So, to you, I say
posted:
9/1/2004
I added brown sugar to the sauce to make it a little more sweet and it gave the sauce more sticking power. This BBQ sauce on the ribs was very good.
posted:
7/22/2004
It was so easyto make, the ribs were moist and tender. The sauce is out of this world for taste and for anyone that likes them spicy just add another 2 tsp of the red pepper sauce
posted:
6/15/2004
These ribs were great, easy to make and taste delicious. My family and i have enjoyed them twice so far.
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