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I'm with snappingfish - it's a no brainer can't fail recipe that is delicious. That's all I need! I also cooked it in a big cast iron skillet with a lid. I used pork country style ribs. I used smoked paprika instead of regular and montreal steak seasoning instead of season salt. Also, baked them for 1 hour with no sauce, then drained off the fat and added sauce and onions. Awesome.
HEY...Y'all...don't be so tight with those stars! This is a can-do for everyone, and it tastes great! Its against some rules to cook meat IN a BBQ sauce, but for the sake of being lazy, I would accept it here! I'm from the south, and I will tell you that this dish would pass at any place I've eaten! The one trick I employed, was to start with a cast iron deep frypan. Browned it, added the stuff, and baked it all in the one pan. Came out perfect!
Another great recipe Kitten. I too cooked them in my crockpot on low for about 8 hours. Got it ready before leaving for work and came home to a great smelling kitchen. These definitely fell off the bone and were so tender. I added some baby carrots to the crockpot. I had so many carrots in my fridge, and I love carrots from a crockpot. I think I added a bit too much BBQ sauce though, was just a bit too strong with that flavor. But that is my mistake I am sure. I wish I had a french bread to mop up all the juices. Thanks for a wonderful recipe Kitten.
These were easy, so tender and yummy. I cooked them in the crockpot on low for 8 hours. The house smelled fabulous. Thanks Kitten!