5 Reviews

Awesome ribs.

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cassimore0120 April 02, 2015

These were very good. They remind me of the way I make pork chops, except I do it on the stove top. I loved that I could put them in the oven and do something else while they cooked. Thanks for sharing!

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breezermom July 24, 2010

What an excellent & different way to make ribs - DH was very impressed. I had a little confusion regarding the flour after dredging, whether to add it to the soup mixture to thicken the gravy - I decided to add what remained - made perfect gravy. Thanks so much for posting.

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Gagoo June 15, 2010

EXCELLENT!! I had 9 ribs, 1 can of mushroom soup & 1 can of beef broth but I thought I`m going to make it anyway. I used 3/4 of the broth & all of the soup. I did`nt add water, the soup made it kind of salty so next time I won`t add salt to the flour mixture. I plan to freeze the extra ribs & gravy for more meals. Its going into my favorites cookbook so I will definitely make it again! Thanks a bunch!

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RECIPE ADDICT May 24, 2010

Here, here! Thanks so much. I do the same as you, buying the ribs on sale all the time and then grilling them. I did not feel like grilling tonight, and this recipe was a lifesaver. I saved this in my cookbook so I can use it again. Delish, and not the same old thing!

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Denibates July 15, 2009
Oven Baked Country Ribs With Gravy