By Kittencalskitchen on January 07, 2007
Photo by FrenchBunny
Photo by FrenchBunny
"These ribs are cooked in the oven on a very low temperature and can also be made in a crockpot, if you are using more than 4 pounds ribs then double the sauce ingredients. These ribs goes great with Kittencal's Crispy Potato and Green Onion Pancakes (Latkes) or Kittencal's Potato Kugel...or mashed potatoes. The cayenne pepper or Tabasco is only optional, add in for extra heat."
Serving Size: 1 (584 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"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!"