I made this for my Wife and a friend who was visiting last night. I made a few changes which worked well. I omitted the seasoned flour as I wanted browned meat and not browned flour. I obviously used less ribs - just over a pound in fact. I also used olive oil. After browning well, I added a whole head of chopped garlic and half the onions. I then covered the meat in water after adding : Salt and pepper, 2 bay leaves, a sprig of parsley, a little oregano, Italian seasoning, Worcester sauce and some (2 tbsps) of Razon Liquid seasoning. I also gave it a bit of 'BAM' by putting 2 whole tiny jalapeno peppers in. After simmering for one hour I removed these. I then simmered for another hour. I then removed the ribs and strained the remaining liquid and put the gravy into a fat separator. After removing the Parsley, Bay leaves and discarding the now separated fat, I put everything back in the pot. Before dinner, I reheated the Ribs and when boiling I added the potatoes, rest of the onion and the carrots. Result : Absolutely delicious. I certainly will be doing it again, soon.
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I made this for my Wife and a friend who was visiting last night. I made a few changes which...