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Chinese BBQ Ribs

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  1. jeffie7

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    Mother inlaw is always ask me to make these for her, we're going to her house tomorrow so 3 racks well um... 2 since we ate one tonight lol. 2 racks of ribs are going to her house tomorrow.

    Cool thing is she doesn't like any food that isn't Asian, these are right up her ally. Meaning they're not some white boys crappy attempt at Chinese Ribs =)

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    Takes about 4-5 hours in the oven, then you finish them up on the grill or under a broiler.

    It's nothing like southern BBQ, its a full 180o swing from it. Very good and something I enjoy doing to mix things up between normal American style BBQ.

    http://www.handsonkitchen.com/forum/asian-cuisine/chinese-bbq-ribs-1993/
     
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    nice lookin ribs
     
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    Looks legit. Throw them in the smoker all day, thats how you cook ribs.
     
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    EGProject YEEEEAAHHHHH

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    Slow cook in oven + finish off on the grill = fall off the bone.

    Looks amazing, and delicious.


    You need to post up some Salmon recipes Jeffie.
     
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    I smoked ribs last weekend.

    If I did that, my mother in law would kick me in the nuts. Chinese style ribs are not smoked.

    Fall off the bones has nothing to do with what style of cooking but rather over cooking.

    If you pick up the ribs from one end with tongs, they should hold together and flex 90o If they fall apart under their own weight, they are over cooked.

    Most people in Maryland want nothing but fall off the bone ribs, as with anyone who doesn't know BBQ, Friday I was talking to a BBQ guy and he said it best. Once you cook ribs to the point that it falls off the bone, you might as well use dog meet, you can't tell the difference anyways, it's all about the sauce at that point, The sauce and some mushy rib meet.
     
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    :thumbsup:
     
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    You described it perfectly. You can clean the ribs easily but at the same time they hold their shape when handling. There is a 20 minute threshold when cooking slow and low for ribs.
     
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