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As soon as I saw the name of this recipe I recognized it as one I have used for the last ten years. I originally got it from a magazine add for Reynolds cooking bags. I have had this tattered magazine page for years. Now I can replace it with a printable version. Thanks. Jessie.
excellent! a different flavor for ribs, but oh! what flavor!
These were easy and tasty, but not fall off the bone tender. I need to plan my time better and try the 4 hours at 200 method. I used Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce and Bush's homestyle beans. No mustard and no peppers.
Very easy to pull together - tasty & tender - thanks for posting Karen:)
I absolutely hate to give low reviews, usually I know I'll like something before I even attempt to make it. I thought this sounded great and it got wonderful reviews, but for me they turned out bland and tough. I used 3.5 lbs pork spareribs, trimmed of most fat, and Bullseye BBQ sauce. I don't know if it was the recipe or some unforeseeable occurrence I don't know about, but they had very little flavor and tasted more boiled than baked. I think there was just too much moisture in the bag even with cutting the slits on top.
This is it! The rib recipe I've been searching for all my life. (Ok, actually about 10 yrs.) They were SO tasty and SO tender and SO easy! No pre-boiling or messy clean-up. Thx!
These were great! A little no alot messy but worth every bite. Yum... Thanks
My family loved these and it was sooo easy!