Apple Cinnamon Chipotle Ribs (Oven)

Wonderful flavor and super moist! I made this up when the fall crop of apples became available at the supermarket and my heart was breaking to be back in New York for the change of season. I'm not big on measuring my ingredients when I get on a roll preparing something I have in my head, so the amounts are a good estimate.

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6hrs 10mins
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  • Place ribs in 9x12 baking dish and rub with Chipotle Cinnamon Rub on both sides.
  • Pour in juice and water but don't pour "over" meat, pour beside to cover bottom of pan to about 1 inch.
  • Add sliced onion.
  • Cover tightly with heavy duty foil.
  • Cook ribs for approximately 5 hours at 200 degrees.
  • Remove foil and drain liquid.
  • Increase oven heat to 350 degrees.
  • Combine Apple Butter and Barbecue Sauce.
  • Slice apples and place on and around ribs and onions.
  • Cover with sauce mixture.
  • Cover with heavy duty foil.
  • Return to oven and bake approximately 1 hour or until apples are cooked.
  • If you prefer your apples to be more brown, remove foil for last 20 minutes of final hour of baking time.
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"Wonderful flavor and super moist! I made this up when the fall crop of apples became available at the supermarket and my heart was breaking to be back in New York for the change of season. I'm not big on measuring my ingredients when I get on a roll preparing something I have in my head, so the amounts are a good estimate."
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  1. Palmtreesbend
    Wonderful flavor and super moist! I made this up when the fall crop of apples became available at the supermarket and my heart was breaking to be back in New York for the change of season. I'm not big on measuring my ingredients when I get on a roll preparing something I have in my head, so the amounts are a good estimate.
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