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Freak'n Good Ribs

Pineapple based marinade for Pork back ribs.

Ready In:
25hrs 30mins
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directions

  • For best results this should be done at least 1 day in advance.
  • Cut Ribs into serving size pieces.
  • Assemble all ingredients of the marinade in a large bowl and add rib pieces, cover and refrigerate.
  • Turn ribs occasionally in bowl to evenly distribute flavor.
  • On day 2, remove from fridge at least 3 hours prior to BBQ time.
  • Set oven to 300° and place the ribs in a 9 x 12 baking dish cover with marinade.
  • Place in the oven for 1 ½ hrs turning the ribs often to ensure even coverage. Check often until tender.
  • Remove ribs from oven and finish on the BBQ over medium heat.
  • Cover ribs with the Bulls Eye BBQ Sauce liberally and turn often.
  • This recipe doubles easily for more ribs.
  • Enjoy.
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"Pineapple based marinade for Pork back ribs."
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  1. Carmen B.
    Oh man. These are "Freak'n Good Ribs". I cut the recipe in half bacause there would been way too much. I had do do this in my crockpot because my FREAKIN' stove up and just quit on me. Did them on high for 2 hours then on low for 2 hours. Not as tender as they should have been if done on the low setting, but was pressed for time. I used Kraft Hickory Smoke BBQ sauce (all I had) and omitted the ground cloves; personal preference. Finished of on my indoor grill. This is a definate keeper. Thanks.
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  2. Penny Sutherland
    This was great. Will make it again. Thanks. Jessie.
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  3. Mike B.
    Pineapple based marinade for Pork back ribs.
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