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Absolutely fantastic. I've tried a few different recipes for ribs but never had results like this. I cut the whole recipe in half so I used about 2 pounds of ribs. The BBQ sauce I used was Hot & Spicy and it was perfect. I used pork ribs instead of beef ribs because I got a great deal on them but I'm interested in the beef ribs. This was such an easy way to do ribs -- and the best I've tried yet. The meat was tender and tasty. Thanks so much for posting!! This is going into my keeper file and I'm printing out extras to give to friends and family. :)
My family loved this. I used about 2 lb. of country style boneless pork ribs, and would next time half the rub. My family loved it... sweet yet a little spicy. I used Famous Dave's rich and sassy BBQ sauce. I'm a little concerned about the nutritional info that printed with the recipe... 1327 calories per serving!!! I hope not. I wonder if that should be looked into. Thanks for a great recipe!
I used part of your recipe (the rub w/o the brown sugar) for pork ribs I made in the crock pot. I thought it was a great rub! After I rubbed, I followed Kittencal's "Delicious Crock Pot Barbecue Ribs" from this site, roasting the pork ribs in the oven before putting in the crock pot and using the barbeque sauce in that recipe. Thanks for the rub part of a recipe that turned out fantastic!
I have to admit this was way better than I thought it would be! I reduced the pepper and omitted the cayenne (family preference) but other than that, followed the recipe. It was so tender and delicious and we all loved it. Thx fitmama! Update Jan 2009 - I have made this recipe several times now so wanted to send along a photo. We love these ribs!
This is our FAVORITE recipe for ribs. I use pork country ribs though. Thank you for posting this, it's the only kind my family wants now :)
Delious. I used 2.5 lbs of pork ribs and Sweet Baby Rays bbq sauce. I loved the heat of the peppers vs sweet bbq sauce. I served with fresh cut fruit(melons and strawberries). Heat of the ribs and the coolness of the fruit was a great combination. Smelled so good when it was cooking.
Excellent! So easy to make. Will use this a lot. Thanks for posting.
TOTALLY EXCELLENT! Very easy, super tasty (I LOVED the rub) and everyone at my house asked immediately after supper when we were having that again. Next time I may try pork ribs, only because they're usually a bit meatier. Served with coleslaw, baked beans and cornbread! YUMMY.
We loved these ribs! DH was a little leary of them though. I had never cooked ribs before...we always go out for ribs! Not anymore. Even picky DS loved them. So tasty and so easy and good! Thanks for making me a hit at the dinner table!
An excellent, easy recipe! I used baby back pork ribs, cooked them for 6 hrs and then finished them off in the oven with foil and then took off the foil the last few mins. I used sweet baby Ray's, but next time I'll use something else as I thought it was a tad too sweet. Tx for any easy recipe.