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Ol-blue 06-13-2008 09:30 PM

Quick and easy "grilled, not smoked" baby back ribs
 
This recipe came from Adam Perry Lang who was on the Today Show the other day. I have added a link to the recipe with a video on how to prepare it. In the video he said to cook the ribs on the BBQ grill for 1 hour before baking them, when the recipe says 10 minutes. I did it for about 20 minutes and felt it was long enough because the meat just fell off the bones.
Enjoy! Debbie

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Quick and easy "grilled, not smoked" baby back ribs

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pacanis 06-13-2008 09:59 PM

That looks like a great recipe, Debbie!

LadyCook61 06-13-2008 10:15 PM

mmm looks good !

Ol-blue 06-14-2008 01:36 AM

Thanks! It was very good and tender. Debbie

Finmar001 06-14-2008 12:12 PM

You can boil the ribs first, then grill them, which should take less time and serve

with bbq sauce or other sauce of your choice.

Ol-blue 06-14-2008 01:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Finmar001 (Post 626637)
You can boil the ribs first, then grill them, which should take less time and serve

with bbq sauce or other sauce of your choice.

I used to boil my ribs first also. What makes this recipe and why I wanted to share it, was the rub and grilling them before baking. It gave them a great flavor, better then boiling them and just as tender. The flavor goes all the way into the meat.

pacanis 06-16-2008 09:56 AM

I made these last night and I have to say that they are the moistest ribs I have ever had. I can cook tender ribs, but these things were downright juicy! Probably from the quick sear and then immediately into the foil.
To parallel the recipe's sweetness, I went with straight Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce to finish them with.
This method is going into my rib arsenal.

Ol-blue 06-16-2008 06:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pacanis (Post 627571)
I made these last night and I have to say that they are the moistest ribs I have ever had. I can cook tender ribs, but these things were downright juicy! Probably from the quick sear and then immediately into the foil.
To parallel the recipe's sweetness, I went with straight Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce to finish them with.
This method is going into my rib arsenal.

Yes, they turn out very moist. I know I will be making these again for my family. By the way, good choice in BBQ sauce. I used the Sweet Baby Rays Honey Chipotle on mine. Love this stuff. Debbie

elaine l 06-16-2008 06:47 PM

Those look very very good. I just love ribs. Will try this. Thanks!

Ol-blue 06-16-2008 06:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by elaine l (Post 628004)
Those look very very good. I just love ribs. Will try this. Thanks!

They were good. If you love ribs you will love these ribs. Enjoy! Debbie


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