These ribs are just amazing! I dislike really tomatoey barbecue sauces and my husband loves tomatoey sauces so this was a great compromise that we both loved. I've never had the ribs at Chili's so can't say if they're similar or not but regardless these are the best ribs I've ever had.
Really yummy ribs that both DH and I demolished in about 15 minutes! Definately deserves the 5* on this one!
Excellent! I thought the sauce might be a little too "tomato-ey" but once it settled it was very good. I would however reccomend not using quite as much water in the recipe, it was a little thin for my taste. But that's just a preference thing. Ribs were a huge hit, I put John Henry's pecan rub on them overnight in the fridge. Other then that I followed the recipe to a T. Thanks for the great dinner!
This Recipe is OUTSTANDING!!! We used to boil our ribs (uugh!) because it was the only way we knew how to pre-cook them. But now I know the secret!!! Thanks for posting!! Am making again tonight...can't wait!
Tried it on July 4 weekend. It was outstanding. We loved it, my husband requested Ribs for the next day also.
This is a great recipe. The second time I made it, I just used my favorite bottled sauce. They were still great and lots easier. I also cut back on the oven time a little bit, as I don't like my ribs to fall apart on the grill.
These ribs were almost as AMAZING as Adam Lambert. Now there's a compliment for you. My husband said they were the best ribs he's ever eaten.
These were so delicious! I even double the garlic, onion and paprika - yum! We had so much meat, we made pulled pork sandwiches (with coleslaw, of course) for two days following. Thanks for a great recipe!
Finger licking good! We love these and have them often!