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Yum! I loved the sticky foody smell this makes while it cooks. It's finger licking good. I did line my pan with foil for easy clean up. This is a keeper. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas May 15, 2010

These were outstanding ribs. We enjoyed them very much. The meat was so tender it fell off the bone, the sauce was delicious, sweet, tart and tangy with a lovely crispness from the onions and sesame seeds. I will definitely be making these again.

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Baby Kato November 21, 2006

I made this recipe for the ZWTII. These were delicious and they just fell off the bone!

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Donna Luckadoo June 25, 2006

Doubled the sauce recipe for 5 lbs ribs. For one recipe worth: skipped the ginger (couldn?t find it), subbed homemade Worcestershire sauce, and subbed a dash of tobasco sauce for chili sauce.<br/>The sauce was really good, but should have been put on near the end of cooking, maybe with the meat side of the ribs lying down in it. The ribs were just a touch dry, maybe because we skipped the basting step???<br/>This sauce would also be good on pork or chicken.

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Chef Patience February 01, 2014

Oh yeah ... these are good !! My ex girlfriend wants to be my girlfriend again . Kitten's marriage councilling .

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Hungry Dave April 05, 2013

I added the juice of one orange to mine, YUMS!

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