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The sauce was great!! I wish I had marinated the ribs longer but they were delicious. I can't wait to try it on chicken. Thanks AGAIN Kittencal. You can do no wrong in my cookbook!

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BahaMama May 03, 2009

Another winner Kittencal! The only thing that I did differently was to drain the pan at every basting. We really liked the addition of cinnamon and allspice to the marinade.<br/><br/> @ Mz.Mike One would think that someone who knows what type of beef the rest of the world is eating, has such bright white teeth, and obviously impressive jaw muscles, would also know what method of cooking he prefers, rather than offering thinly veiled insults and a completely different recipe.

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Mean Bean July 17, 2014

I registered here only to rate this recipe. I tried this, and totally wasted some beautiful beef ribs. I marinated for the minimum amount of 2 hours, and the sauce totally dominated the flavor of the beef from a great part of the cow that gave it's life for my dinner. Honor it with more than a ketchup-based sauce.
I did give it one star for the slow roasting instructions. I will see what I can work up, and post it here. I am thinking a light, dry-rub to start, then basting in olive oil when I flip just to keep them from drying out.

Full disclosure: 1) I live in Brazil where people have healthy, white teeth, and don't mind a little chewing for good flavor and 2) the beef is grass fed, and way better than that grain, rapidly-fattened up meat you know.

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Mike.mzman June 27, 2012

Actually, I didn't use the marinade, I used a rub. But I did use the roasting technique and it turned out delicious. I have been looking for a way to get good ribs in the oven since my apartment complex won't let me grill on my balcony!

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Cheeky Meeks August 22, 2009

Really good. I would add a bit more cayenne or hot sauce, but I like a good "kick". I put heavy duty foil in the pan so this was an easy dish to make and clean up!

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ebburtis February 08, 2009

I tweeked and played with this for my taste Kittencal but you and your input was the inspiration to an outstanding meal. And you also inspired Mz Mike to register and provide his "Full Disclosure" like that gave his post an accreditation, Keep up good work Kit

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David H. January 15, 2015

Wonderful way to cook beef ribs! Use with this sauce which is great or just use whatever sauce is your favorite. Very tender!

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brenda June 04, 2012

Loved, loved, loved this. I made this last night with scalloped potatoes and a veggie. We really liked this and were liking our fingers to get all that lovely sauce. Yummy. Thank you Kittencal for sharing this recipe with us.

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mommyoffour September 29, 2011

Marinated ribs for about 3 hours. Served with mashed potatoes. I should have thought about how I was going to wrap the ribs through before I started marinating. Had to use pork ribs because the store didn't have any beef ribs but it was still tasty. There were certainly none left over.

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teriw August 12, 2011

Wonderful meal, served with fresh corn on the cob. Loved the sauce and DH said we could have this again soon.

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