Recipe by Rayna Jordan
"My Mom made these when I was growing up, often after we had a turkey dinner and had leftover stuffing/dressing. They are delish!"
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2 (2 pound) slabs
baby back pork ribs
day-old bread cubes
Excellent way to make ribs....my mom's also done them this way for years. In a hurry, simply use a box of prepared stuffing,moistened with a little chicken broth.
So freaking good! Thanksgiving and bqq at simultaneously
My family enjoyed this recipe but the next time I use this recipe I will brown the racks of ribs before stuffing them.
this was good.. my mum too made this... but she didn't do rack on rack, she rolled them.. so they were rolled with stuffing in the centre.. i tried it this way because i had more then 2 racks.. very good.. thanks for the memories
After looking at the reviews, and knowing that my mom also used to make these, I thought this would be the perfect recipe. Wrong! Although the flavor was there with the stuffing - even so I added my own favorites - apples the ribs were horrible and tough, and I followed the recipe exactly as written. What a disappointment!!!! Sorry.
Thank you so much for this recipe. I Smoked the ribs for three hrs at 220* then stuffed and tied. Then into a covered pan and into oven at 400* for 1-1/2 hr.
It was great.
delic! Just like moms!:-)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 935
** Calories from Fat: 551
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