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  • 10/29/2008 BBQ Ribs

    3 posts, 3 voices, 828 views, started Oct 30, 2008

    Posted on Thursday, October 30, 2008 by (華娃娃) ChinaDoll

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      Crockpot BBQ short ribs, baked sweet potato and corn

      I purchased a package of Swift’s Pork Loin Baby Back Ribs from Costco.  (6.6lbs @ $3.49 = $23.10)  There were 3 slabs total. I washed the ribs and peeled off the membrane from each slabs.  

      1.5 slab the following ways (1.5 slab is enough for my family of 3) I slightly cut 1.5 slabs each rib apart but not all the way. Due to time constrains, I boiled them first and scoped up the floating gunky.  Then I put them in a crockpot, 1-2 teaspoons of the juice I cooked the ribs in, mixed with BBQ sauces, high and cooked for about 2 hours.  

      The other 1.5 slab, I spread them on cooking pan, seasoned, a few spoonful of water, covered with foil and cooked at 375 while the other ribs are cooking at the crock!

      I also covered up the sweet potato with foil and baked them together with the ribs.

      I then stored the water that cooked ribs in for future stock.

      2 hours gone by.  I placed the BBQ ribs on plate with the sweet potato and frozen corn.  

      I will have the other oven baked rib frozen and next time, I can just BBQ on BBQ stove.  

      So... instead of two birds with a stone, I have two meals from 3 slabs!



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