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Never made ribs before...SOOOOOOOOOOOO glad to have THIS particular recipe for my first!
AMAZING!!! Thank you for sharing! Lisa
Awesome ribs!!! One of the best I've ever had. I cut the recipe in half, (used baby back pork ribs) and baked at 325*F in the toaster oven. The meat was sooooo tender and flavourful. I'll definately be making these again real soon. :) Thanks Jan for another terrific recipe. Made for "Let's PARTY" Tag 2009
I had some beef ribs in my freezer and I didn't know what to do with them.So,I did a "ZAAR" search and came across this recipe, and decide to try it.This was made on 9/29/08 for mine and SO's dinner. I knew I didn't have any trecale, and looked throught the "ZAAR" database for a substitute. I ended up using the same amount of brown sugar.Didn't having any green onions, and used white,and kept the rest of the ingredients the same.And for future users of the recipe, my oven temp. was set at 325 degrees and it worked very well .With the addition of the other ingredients, they gave this recipe a sort of Asian flavor. However I think the next time these are made , I'm going to use pork ribs.( just a personal choice).Thanks for posting and, "keep Smiling :)"
What can I say Jan another winner!! These were awesome they came out so tender and with exceptional flavour. I had to make with pork ribs as I could not get beef but I don't think this mattered at all, they were excellent. I did add some five spice and soy sauce to the water I boiled the ribs in but apart from that made as is. I would highly recommend this one, I ate a little too much tonight but it was worth it. Delicious!!!!