|by Christopher Trotter|
Scottish dishes are known throughout the world as being the most distinctive, natural, and flavorful.
Tip: Try ribs in peaches for more results.
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About 45 minutes ... and chop 2 peaches. Peel, halve, ... peaches; set aside. In 1 quart saucepan ... manufacturer directs. Arrange pork chops and peach halves, cut side ... 4 main dish servings.
Cut ribs into serving-size pieces and place in a Dutch oven, ... inch pan. Combine peaches, ketchup, vinegar, ... These are to die for, they are fantastic!
Sauce: Mix all ingredients except ribs. Rub ribs ... foil. Place ribs in lined dish. Bake ... 325 degrees for 1 1/2 hours. Baste during baking. Delicious.
Crack ribs lengthwise in three long strips. ... boil. Thicken. Add cut up fruits. Pour sauce over ribs. Heat in casserole in oven. Serves 12 to 20. (Cooper)
In a bowl combine broth, peach preserves, vinegar, Worcestershire ... and salt. Place ribs in crock pot. ... in pot. Cook until thick. Serve over noodles.
Set oven control ... 550 degrees. Broil pork chops with tops ... platter; brush with sauce. Fill each peach half with about 1 teaspoon sauce; serve with pork.
Combine beef broth, peach preserves, vinegar, Worcestershire ... and salt. Place ribs in crockery cooker; pour ... minutes more. Serve over ribs and noodles.
Start oven at 375 degrees F. In shallow pan arrange ribs meaty side up, sprinkle with salt. Drain peaches, reserving liquid. ... sauce. 4 to 6 servings.
Rub ribs on both sides with salt and pepper. Place in a foil-lined shallow ... usually cut them before I cook them, or have butcher do it). Yield: 4 servings.
Sprinkle ribs all over the ... cup olive oil in a deep electric ... Serve with an egg noodle of your choice and toss noodles with a ladle or so of sauce.
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