3 Reviews

I was looking for a country rib recipe that I could cook after work...all my recipes for those types of ribs are sort of all day affairs. I found this one, marinaded my ribs the night before, got home from work and, I'm sorry, didn't believe that you could cook this cut for just 20 minutes. I was wrong! These came out tender, juicy and flavorful. I followed Di's instructions exactly, using fresh herbs from my garden. I'll be making this again this summer! Thanks Di Neal!

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Hey Jude June 03, 2003

I would use onion POWDER instead of onion salt. Also, I would maybe steam or braise the ribs, then grill them. HOWEVRR the review from HEY JUDE makes me think they really might be good cooked as directed.

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Nita Holleman July 03, 2003

Excellent marinade. Was the most unusual way to have ribs as we usually use a tomato based bbq sauce. Surprsing how good these turned out. The marinade really permeated the meat. Can't wait to try on pork chops. Used tobasco brand worcestershire sauce for extra kick and omitted marjoram as we didn't have any.

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Vicki in CT January 31, 2008
Country Style Barbecued Ribs