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This are with out a doubt the best ribs I've ever had. I did parboil them for 40 minutes before putting in the crock pot otherwise I followed the recipe exactally. The Paprica was hungarian and the Brown Sugar was from Barbados, who knows, maybe quality ingrediants results in quality food. This is one recipe I will make again and again. On the days I don't feel like cooking, I hope sharon lets me know where the pot luck get together is so I can have even more !!!
I made this exactly as it said. The first serving was sorta bland, but the ribs were very tender. I think the onions could have mixed with the sauce for better cooking and flavor. Since I live alone I like cooking large meals that I can eat on for a couple of days. And, this dish got much better the second time around. And the third was great. Next time I'll cook it a day before I'm ready to eat it. Needed a little salt and I might try some changes just to spice (hot) it up. Thanks for getting me back to ribs since most recipes now are too sweat or leave a bad taste. Yours didn't.
this is a good recipe, I did make a few changes, I added some garlic, cayenne pepper to the sauce, I decreased the water to 3/4 cup, and I used balsamic vinegar, I also parboiled the ribs to cut the fat. the sauce was great, it would also go well on other meats, I can't wait to try it on beef ribs, Thanks for the great post!
Very easy recipe. Didn't have quite enough time to cook the raw meat, so I used the Auto Shift feature on my old crock pot and cooked it for 6 hours. It came out very tender and yummy. Needed to add more BBQ sauce though. I will make this again. Thanks, Sharon!
This was a very good recipe. I added a little barbecue sauce to mine and reduced the amount of water based on the other review. Tasty!
I also cut back on the water. The first time it was a bit too watery for my taste. The only water I used was to rinse out the measuring cup of catsup. This dish is a winner in my house.
These were great. Next time I will omit the water - the sauce was very thin. I might also decrease the cooking time and crisp them on the grill. Delicious.
Very good. I parboiled mine first to save on cooking time. The ribs ended up very tender and delicious. Thanks.
This was wonderful. I added about 1 T of honey and 2 T of soy sauce along with a few drops of liquid smoke. I also combined the onion with the sauce. My husband couldn't say enough about it. It's one of the best sauces we've ever tried. Thanks so much for the recipe.
it had a good flavor and was really moist. Thank you.