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Sweet & Spicy Baby Back Ribs

Sweet & Spicy Baby Back Ribs recipe
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Foil packet grilling ensures these baby back ribs are as sweet and spicy as the name promises—and the out-of-packet grill time at the end seals the deal.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 30 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
6/9/2012
Hooray!!! Women rule the grill! I made this and my husband was bowled over. It is moist, tasty and anything else you can describe it as. I will definitely do this again, and again. Plan to make it at the in-laws next. Oh the only change was I seasoned the meat along with the main ingredients with some onion powder. We do love onion in the South!
posted:
6/8/2012
finger lickin' good! been doing our ribs this way for years by cooking in a 300 degree oven for 2 hours prior to finishing on the smoker or grill. Also try with pineapple juice..it is just as good but gives a bit different flavor.
posted:
4/7/2010
DELICIOUS!!! My husband and I both thought they could have come from a restaurant-such good flavor! Only suggestion would be to cook less than the stated time.
posted:
3/13/2010
These ribs are delicious. Everyone agreed. I actually made them in the oven since my grill was broken. I cooked them on foil "boats" in the oven on 350 for 1 1/2 hours.
posted:
9/2/2008
I fixed these ribs for our Labor Day picnic. Everyone loved them. I cooked the ribs in the oven for 2 hours in the packets, and finished them on the grill. Easy clean up too.
posted:
6/8/2008
I FOUND THIS RECIPIE IN MY MILITARY COMMISSARY SALE FLYER FOR JUNE. I FIXED THIS IN THE OVEN, AT 300 FOR 3 HOURS, THEN TOOK THEM OUT OF THE PACKETS, BRUSHED WITH THE BBQ SAUCE AND CONTINUED FOR ANOTHER 40 MINUTES. THEY FELL OFF THE BONE, HAD WONDERFUL FLAVOR, AND NO BURNT SAUCE TO DEAL WITH. MY FAMILY LOVED IT!!!
posted:
4/26/2008
The recipe is simple and the ribs are tender and delicious. Everyone I have prepared them for loves them!!!
posted:
12/1/2007
We finally found a way to make ribs that leaves them juicy and tender! I would add this one to my list of favorites in a second, but the button to put it into the recipe box doesn't work on this one!
posted:
9/18/2007
I made my ribs in the oven. Turned out wonderful would make again.
posted:
6/18/2007
I made this for Father's Day and it was hit!!! The apple juice must be the secret ingredient b/c the meat was SO tender!!! This will be a family classic going forward! :)
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