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OMG...these were the best ribs I ever made. I placed the boneless ribs on my grill to make grill marks, made the sauce and placed ribs, sauce in a crock pot for 6 or so hours. Great part was the leftovers that were reheated the next day were even better tasting then the actual day I made them. My wife told me that this recipe was a keeper and to make it when ever I liked...Totally Delicious!!! :)
OMG!! Delicious, tender. I doubled the recipe. I did not have enough chili sauce so I substituted the remaining with 1/2 cup Asian chili garlic sauce. I was hesitant to simmer the boneless short ribs without searing but it was amazing simmering very low for 1 hour; ribs in double foil wrap for 2 hours then using a large roasting pan (needed to allow to reduce) with ribs with the sauce for 1 hour basting 3 times. So tender and the Asian chili garlic sauce gave it a kick. Oh my very delicious. I froze half with sauce. I will be making this again and again!!
Changed up the recipe some, used low sodium soy and applecider vinegar to cover some of the whiskey and sugar. too much sugar for me:) smells good and should be good substitutes. Thanks for the recipe
Great Recipe! Fall apart meat!! Awesome sauce!!!<br/>I did not have whiskey so I forced myself to open a bottle of Sam Adams and used that. I also did not have Chili Sauce so I used Devil's Spit BBQ Sauce. Followed your directions to a tee and wow-super yummy dinner! Will I make it again? Again and again and again..........excellent comfort food! Thanks for posting!<br/>ETA 5 Stars!
please dont make this dish! unless sauce that tastes just like what its made of, which is 90% sugar and catsup, sounds good to you. granted, the meat was tender. but there has to be a better sauce.
Didn't include whiskey in the recipe, but it still came out wonderful. Did just as instructions said - boiled, baked covered, and then uncovered. Used 4 lbs. boneless ribs and doubled the amount of sauce. Came out great!!! Will definitely be making again!
Made these yesterday and they were terrific! I didn't have chili sauce, so used a bottled honey bbq sauce I had on hand and added a few shakes of liquid smoke, some cinnamon, allspice, a couple cloves, and a squirt of honey. Also, didn't have whiskey, so used beer. The meat just fell apart. (I wasn't sure about saving the sauce for the hour and a half that the ribs were baking in foil, so I kept it on the stove set on very low.)
Don't know what I did wrong. I followed the directions exactly. Used good quality boneless beef ribs but they were tough as nails. Any feed back would be appreciated.
These were awesome! Just enough sweetness, maybe needs a little more spice. Leftovers are even better.
DELICIOUS! Very tender! I used boneless pork rib meat. I did cook with the foil on for 2 hours at 325 degrees. My boyfriend loved it! I Will make it again, whenever he asks!