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These were great when I followed others recommendations. I boiled the ribs for one hour and then cooked then one hour at 375. They were so tender and fell apart. Hubby was surprised I actally made these. LOL

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bmcnichol October 03, 2011

Made these with boneless pork ribs and was a little disappointed. I did as other reviewers and boiled them for 1 hour and then baked for a hour as stated in the recipe; but mine still came out dry. I don't know if there was just not enough fat on the ribs or what...

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AZPARZYCH May 05, 2013

great recipe!i added bay leaves and a pinch of rosemary...it tasted great!!!

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Silalei March 13, 2013

Made last night awsome the only thing I changed was i boiled them for an hour

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down2earthcc July 15, 2009

these are awsome,i always boil my ribs too,but a bit longer to make sure they are cooked through,its easier to do this for bbq's too because you don't have to worry if they are done:)

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winggirl January 29, 2008

They tasted good but were pretty tough and very dry. I've always done my boneless ribs in the crockpot so I wonder if the oven temperature should be reduced and the ribs bake longer.

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Marg (CaymanDesigns) July 17, 2007

This is exactly how I cook my ribs but I boil them for about an hour first to get them nice and soft. This is the easiest way to make ribs and at barbecues everyone loves them.

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Bunny #2 February 07, 2007
Boneless BBQ'd Ribs