Being alone now it's hard to cook for just one. I really love that these recipes can be changed to the amount of servings you need.ii I had 5 small boneless country style ribs. I love this recipe. It is super easy and is wonderful. You can make small changes or additions without altering the outcome! I ALWAYS Season my meat with salt and pepper before doing anything to it to begin the layer of flavors. Especially pork and chicken, they are somewhat bland and really need the help. Before placing the ribs in a pot of water, i seasoned them with salt, pepper, onion and garlic powder, and sprinkled with cumin and chili powder. I rubbed the seasoning into the meat, and,seared the meat in a hot skillet with a little canola oil! After searing on 1 side, after about 2-3 minutes, I placed them in the pot of water for slow boil, simmer about an hour. In the water i placed a clove of garlic i smashed to release its flavor a little.. I took the ribs out of the water and put in a casserole dish. I placed enough of the water to come up 1/2 on the meat to keep moist. I covered the dish with foil. I basted every 20-30 minutes until tender. Then I drained the liquid, uncovered and caramelized with just sauce. They were wonderful, flavorful, and super moist!! Great basic recipe to adapt any way
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