|by Sybil Kapoor|
In this sequel to "Modern British Food", Kapoor explores modern British cooking by examining quintessentially British ingredients.
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Cooking time: 2 ... sides of skinned ribs generously with salt, ... Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce on ribs ... cook another 10 minutes. Then serve and enjoy!
Cut ribs into manageable pieces ... minutes. DO NOT BURN! Serves 4-6. We usually serve ribs with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes and fried apples or applesauce.
Unroll ribs and place in ... serve. NOTE: For crisper ribs, uncover for the last 30 minutes. Recipe is easily doubled. The trick is in the slow cooking.
Trim all excess fat from ribs/chickens, leave skin ... you don't have a cover for your grill, buy hickory smoke flavored BBQ sauce or use hickory chips.
Preheat grill. You ... more convenient. Lay ribs flat and generously ... on your favorite BBQ sauce lightly; the ... outside and succulent on the inside.
Bake ribs at 325 degrees for 2 1/2 hours in oven baking dish; cover with foil. Mix sauce; brush both sides of ribs and cook an additional 30 minutes.
1. Split ribs partially on the ... let marinade stand overnight. Ziplock bag works very well. 3. Roast on rack at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Slice to serve.
Combine Barbecue sauce, ... in bowl. Cut rib slabs into 2 rib ... top of stove. Place ribs on top of grill with low flame and baste and turn 2 to 3 times.
Sweet ketjab sauce ... excess fat from ribs and wash in ... both sides. Ready to serve with corn, pork and beans and a salad of your choice. Bon Apetite.
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