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5 stars plus - Just delicious. Loaded with flavor and moist fall off the bone ribs.. I did not have any chili sauce at home so I used 1/4 cup Asian sweet Chili sauce & 1/4 cup BBQ sauce then cut back on the sugar to 1 tbsp. I made the whole recipe and will freeze half . A definate do again recipe. I did not pre brown the meat- I cut all the fat away before cooking. Cooking time 6 hours on low. I added a tablespoon of cornstarch 1 hour before serving as the sauce was quite thin. As said Delicious!

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Bergy March 27, 2010

These were very tasty. They were very tender. Since there's only the 2 of us, I frozen the remaining ribs. Tonight, I thawed them out, put them in my dutch oven and baked @ 350. They were just as good tonight as when I first prepared them. I'll make these again and will also try them as you suggested with chicken.

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Chattes May 09, 2008

If you boil ribs first, the terrorist WIN! That said these ribs are excellent. I used a combo of sweet chili sauce and My Bar-B-Que sauce in lieu of regular chili sauce. 4/12 hrs on low was perfect for my 6 qt crock pot. I have always struggled with country style boneless shoulder ribs (Boston Butt) but not any longer.

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baltisraul August 14, 2015

I loved this! It was easy and quick to prepare and used things I already had in my pantry. (If you don't have chili sauce, then use tomato sauce, ketchup, BBQ sauce, or something like that.) This was tasty, and the meat was moist and falling apart. I browned it in oil, was overly generous with the onions an pepper (I love onions and pepper) and it turned out great. I think you could be quite sloppy in your measurements and it would still be a great recipe. It's a keeper!

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Cook In Southwest February 09, 2014

Great stuff! I used Asian sweet chili sauce and 1/4 cup of ketchup combo in lieu of not having traditional chili sauce. I reduced the brown sugar to 1/2 a Tbsp. This was wonderful! Thanks for posting Miss Janice ;)

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932ninja January 06, 2014

This is really good. Falls off the bone. Keeper recipe.

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Denise G. September 13, 2013

Delicious! Loved the sauce flavor - did add just a bit more brown sugar. Cooked on low for 5 hours...<br/>Thanks for posting, Janice Boice!

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M. Joan April 13, 2013

I made these the other night for dinner and they were so tender and delicious!! I accidentally picked up a pack of boneless country style ribs and didn't realize it til I went to make these for dinner. Since they were boneless I decided to wait and cook them in the oven for a shorter period of time and then in the end, we took them out of the oven and finished them on the grill with a little additional BBQ sauce, as the sauce they cooked in was too oily. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for 2013 Spring PAC.

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diner524 April 04, 2013

Great recipe...very easy. I cooked mine on low for 4 hours and the meat was falling off the bone..so switched to warm until dinner. Very tasty

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CIndytc February 06, 2012

This was so good! The odds were against me too, I didn't have chili sauce, so I used ketchup. I didn't have ground mustard powder, so I used prepared mustard. I used boneless ribs and shredded them into pulled pork when they were done. My husband LOVED it, he ate 4 sandwiches and he is a normal sized guy. I served the sandwiches with home made cole slaw and baked potatoes. Very good, looking forward to a sandwich for lunch tomorrow. Thanks for posting :o)

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Okitsme February 02, 2012
Country Style Pork Ribs in a Crock Pot