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Alright..so I do a search for "dutch"...come up with these and love ribs..have company coming etc. Decide, nah, don't want to fuss with the dutch oven, but I love moms ribs..I'll call her and do her recipe...guess what? #1..she's dutch (right off the boat)...and #2...this is her recipe..except she pan roasts them...I couldn't believe it. THIS is the only way I like ribs..I don't know if it's really dutch..but they are the BEST! p.s...the company asked for the recipe too! Thank you for sharing this fabulous recipe! A keeper for sure! LA :-)
We got a new dutch oven for Christmas, so we were hunting for some tasty meal recipes. We made this on New Year's Day and they were a big hit! Thank you for a keeper!!
How easy were these to do??? And how good were they??? Well worth doing. Made this for a New Year Eve dinner and it was great!!! Will be making it on other days as well now. Thanks for the post.
As much as I like to try new recipes, this is a real keeper, this will be a mainstay!! It's great and easy. I made it a day ahead, cooled, refered it--then took off the fat. Reheated and served. My mother-in-law, who never fixes country style ribs, asked for the recipe!!
Did not have a dutch oven so I used my Pampered Chef large stoneware bar pan and laid the ribs flat and poured the sauce over it and covered with foil. They came out wonderful.
This was awesome!!! My kids could not stop saying how good it was. A+++++++
I made this with boneless pork ribs. Because I don't have an oven-proof dutch oven, I first cooked the sauce in a saucepan, the put the sauce and the ribs in a pyrex baking pan, covered with foil and baked as directed 2-1/2 hours. The ribs were falling-apart tender and the sauce was delectable.