I misread the instructions and didn't know I was suppose to marinate the ribs for 8 hours. Since I planned to cook the ribs that night and didn't have 11 hours to spare, I had to go w/ plan B. I boiled my ribs for one hour in a pan with seasonings....garlic powder, seasoning salt, adobo etc. Then I followed the instructions wrapping the ribs in tinfoil but used 2 bottles of sauce instead of one. I baked the ribs for only one hour at 325 because I wanted my ribs tender but still on the bone (if you're like me, the best part is eating them off the bone). Let's just say they were soooo tasty that I have no desire to marinate them or cook them any other way. They were AMAZING!! If you're short on time, do what I did...even if you aren't, try it this way...boy, were they good. Don't forget to open the foil and broil them for 15 minutes before you take them out. IT MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE in terms of making sure the sauce sticks to the rib versus a soupy sauce falling off the ribs.
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I misread the instructions and didn't know I was suppose to marinate the ribs for 8 hours. ...