Gol, these are about the best (nonbarbecued) ribs I've had in my life! Completely outstanding. I too used fresh pineapple and, in the absence of consomme, used beef stock. I will be making this frequently!!
This recipe made it into our Book #231450. 3/02/08 - Wow is this good! We used fresh pineapple, and apple juice in lieu of consomme. This is simple to make, and wonderful aroma premeates the kitchen during cooking. These ribs are fall-of-the-bone delicious! Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe. :)
Very nice easy recipe indeed! I did add fresh mushrooms and "accidentally" added 1Tbl stir fry sauce in addition with the soy sauce! The taste ? Delicious! So deserved of the 5 star rating! The measurement of ingrediants as stipulated in the recipe was "spot on" .. awesome!! Thank you for sharing!
Wow! This was so scrumptious! And the fresh pineapple in the sauce was simply delish! I did cut back on the onion some (just a personal preference). Since it is just the two of us, I had leftovers which I cant wait to have for lunch today! We'll be making this one again and again! Thanks for sharing a great recipe with us. (Made for ZWT4)
Loved the combination of the mushroom and pineapple with the ribs. Nice sweet yummy meal. Thanks for the great recipe.
Yummy ribs. Perfect sauce with just the right combination of sweet to sour. Served it with Awesome Pan Fried Potatoes and cole slaw for dinner on Sunday. We all loved it. Thanks for another great 'keeper'. Made these excellent ribs again and baked them in a 325 degree fahrenheit oven for the two hour cooking time, stirring occasionally, and added some squares of green pepper for the last 20 minutes.
Oh boy was this ever GOOD! Tender ribs and a delicious sauce!! I cooked an extra 15 minutes with the lid off to thicken the sauce a bit, otherwise made exactly as specified. We all just loved this and it's so easy I'll be making it often!