Pork Ribs

Put about 3 inches of water in your steamer OR use a large turkey roaster. You can balance a broiling rack on 4 wadded up balls of aluminum foil in lieu of a steamer. Add crushed garlic cloves and cut onion to water (you can substitute beer for water if you like). Bring to a rolling boil, cover and turn to medium - low. Cooking on low will minimize shrinkage. Steam your rack of pork ribs until tender. Babybacks take about 2 hours.

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Remove ribs and cool enough to handle. Cut into individual ribs and baste liberally with your favorite sauce. Place in hot (400 degree F) oven. Convection ovens work well for this. Baste after 10 minutes. Cook another 10 minutes or until ribs are coated with cooked in sauce

Tip: you can put these on a hot BBQ instead of baking

Use the water in the steamer (pork broth by now, lol) to cook rice or potatoes or freeze in 1 quart baggies for later use as stock.

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