Recipe by MELISSACK
"The most unbelievable, easy to make beef ribs ever, man."
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THESE RIBS ARE VERY TENDER AND VERY TASTY TOO!! TWO THUMBS UP!! IF YOU LIKE THEM SPICY THEN JUST FIRE'EM UP! OTHERWISE THEY ARE PERFECT! THANK-YOU FOR SHARING YOUR RECIPE WITH US!!!
This is NOT a good recipe for ribs. I much prefer the "Honey Ribs" recipe that's made in a slow cooker. These were bland and tough. Sorry!
The first time I made this I made the mistake of using long ribs - a greasy mess. However, the next time, when I followed the recipe exactly it came out great and I had to share it with my boss! She caught me eating leftovers at my desk and they smelled so good I had to give her a copy :-) Hubby and I both love it!
I enjoyed this recipe, very much. My wife is still laughing, over having earlier read a review, from someone who after changing this recipe by substituting short ribs to long, and the wine to beer, (90% of they recipe volume) said they were unhappy by this recipe.
I started making this and realized that it just wouldn't have enough pizazz for me and my boyfriend's spicy taste. I made it as is with a little less olive oil, about 5-10 shakes of tobasco sauce, 1/2-3/4 cup of Famous Dave's Devil Spit BBQ sauce and a little chili powder. With the few modifications, it was excellent for me!
These came out wonderful!! I had to do something different because my grill broke and I was planning on BBQ ribs. I ended up trying this recipe and it turned out great. I did do a couple of things different. I put all the sauce in with the ribs in a glass dish and covered it with foil for the first 15 minutes. Once the sauce had thickened up, I removed the foil, turned the ribs, brushed the sauce all over them and cooked for another 15 minutes without covering. They came out perfect! I will make this again!
easy and fast and delicious! we used st louis style and didnt have red wine on hand, but the ribs are all gone!
This was fanTAStic. I did the long ribs. They were perfect! I used cumin instead of curry, though. And I used Worchestershire instead of soy sauce. Oh yeah, and I added onion powder. I used all ingredients (minus the ribs) as a "sauce" to marinate the ribs overnight (reserving half of it to use while cooking) then covered tightly with foil. I slow cooked them at 250 degrees for several hours while we were out at a family function. (we were gone from 3pm to 6:30pm) They absolutely FELL off the bone and were sooooo tender! I had researched other recipes but this turned out to be the BEST launching pad recipe. This is going to be added to the hand-me-down family recipe box for all time. I might try to add cayenne pepper next time though. That might just put this "insane" recipe right over the top and commit us all to the asylum! Everyone at the table kept saying between bites, "mmm-this is really, really good." Honestly, there wasn't any intelligent conversation at the dinner table tonight; only exclamations of delight. And once dinner was over, immediate texting to friends about the great meal. My stay-at-home-mom, kitchen-cooking-ego is fit to burst!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Insane Oven Beef Ribs
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 824
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