Recipe by MIKE
"Pineapple-marinated pork back ribs! This recipe doubles easily for more ribs."
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1 1/2 cups
1 1/2 tablespoons
red wine vinegar
1 1/2 tablespoons
fresh lemon juice
baby back pork ribs
1 (18 ounce) bottle
This is a freak'n terrific recipe! I used 4 lbs of basic pork spareribs that were on sale for $1.79 a lb, trimmed them up and they were fabulous! I knew 2 lbs of baby back ribs would never feed my family of four...and at $6.99 a lb, I was reluctant to try a new recipe on such expensive cut. This marinade would work an any cut of pork! I will try it next on country style ribs as those are my favorite since they are so meaty. I used Sweet Baby Ray's sauce as others suggested. One suggestion, though...don't use the whole bottle, it can overwhelm the delicate taste of the delicious marinade. The sauce should complement, but not dominate. We enjoyed them very much! Thanks, Mike!
This was not bad, but not our favorite rib recipe.
This recipe is the best. See i am 13 and i a love to cook so i am always lookin 4 a good recipe. I saw this one and decided to make it. Theese where the best ribs that i have every tried in my life. I am used to the cuban way but i could say this is 10000000000000000000000000000000x better than that way. If to are lookin 4 the best ribs around search no further i would highly reccomend theese ribs no matter what. it was so rich and tender and the meet literally fell off of the bone. When i saw the ingridients in the recipe i was like huh, that is weird but when i tasted it wasn't weird at all i felt as if i where in heaven when i ate those ribs. This is honestly the best rib recipe ever and cannot denie it ever.
This is an AWESOME recipe! At first, I thought the red wine vinegar was maybe too strong and was going to overpower the pineapple flavor. I let them marinate over night. Used Sweet Baby Rays (the best bbq sauce ever) and OMG....it was so good. I will NEVER use any other recipe for ribs. The whole family loved 'em. My hard-to-please hubby was especially impressed. Thanks Mike! It's a winner!
I about split my drawers I ate so many of these! Yowza! these are fine! My wife's getting out the sewing maching cause we're have freakin good ribs tonight!
These ribs were fantastic. I marinated the ribs in a gallon-size freezer bag. Instead of baking them I cooked them in my crockpot for several hours before grilling. I also doubled the amount of ribs and there was plenty of marinade for the extra ribs. The ribs were tender and had a great flavor.
Wonderful! Easy to prepare and and even easier to eat! If your store has it, I recommend you use Sweet Baby Ray's Honey Barbecue Sauce...Compliments the pineapple wonderfully.
These should be called Freak'n amazing ribs! We made them last weekend for 13 people (hit of the party) and are making them again this weekend. Note: Recipe calls for 2 lbs per 6 people, which is not enough. I would recommend more like 3/4 lb per person.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Freak'n Good Ribs
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 283
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