So easy and just right. I didn't have a lot of pineapple juice so added water to make enough to cover and boil. I boiled for about 1 hour 15 minutes to get the meat tender, then finished on the grill with some bbq sauce. Just the kind of recipe I was looking for today. Thanks for posting!
Loved it, will be making again. To those who said it was tough - come try my MIL's ribs. They're the pork rib equivalent of the turkey from Christmas Vacation.
Loved this recipe! I am allergic to pineapple, much to my dismay, and tried apple juice. Boiled 12 ribs for 1/2 hour then simmered them for another 45 minutes. I was afraid to overcook them. The meat fell off the bones. Very tasty and easy to make. Even my picky husband liked them. Made leftovers into pulled pork sandwiches the next day.
Thanks for the recipe, Jim. The ribs were very tender & easy to prepare. This is definitely a repeat. I didn't make any adjustments. JanetR
The taste was wonderful - probably boil/simmer for another 15-30 minutes as mine weren't as tender as I was hoping.
OMG these were good!!!!!!
And so easy!
Used Jack Daniels BBQ sauce and it was heaven.
We will be using this again...
Super easy and tasty! Everyone loved these ribs, especially me. Boil and grill, what could be simpler? Like other reviewers I boiled about 75 minutes but otherwise followed instructions. Used jack daniels bbq sauce, the full body flavor nicely offset the sweetness from the pineapple.
OH MY YUMMMMMMMM! These ribs were some of the best I have ever tasted! I never would have thought to try boiling them in pineapple juice first. Awesome! And even better, they were quick to make...definitely a Chicklet pleaser..which is hard to do lately with food.
After I got through boiling the ribs in pineapple juice I put them in the crock pot on high for about 4 hours. The ribs were fork tender but I did not care for the taste as the pineapple gave it a funny flavor. Sorry but these were just not for my taste buds.
These were pretty good ribs, I like how they were slightly sweet.