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Baked Spare Ribs!!!

Ingredients:

8 lbs. spare ribs
29 oz. can of crushed tomatoes
6 cloves garlic - sliced
1 large onion – sliced
3 carrots – chopped
3 cups chicken broth
½ cup red wine

Seasonings:

Dashes of salt
Dashes of cumin
Dashes of Cajun seasoning
Dashes of paprika
Dashes of chili powder

Preheat Oven 350 degrees:

Place ribs in a baking dish place the crushed tomatoes, chicken broth, red wine, garlic, carrots and seasonings on top of the ribs.

Place aluminum foil over the pan and poke holes in it. Bake in the oven  until the ribs are tender. This will take about 2-3 hours.

Remember to be patient when cooking this and the results will be rewarding!

With Love,
Catherine
xo

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28 comments:

  1. oh my gosh, that looks lovely for sure,

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  2. Ribs are great cooked this way Catherine! Looks delish!

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  3. Those are the most succulent looking ribs! yummy.

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  4. The ribs surely look great,Catherine!
    One just has to be patient throughout cooking time...XO

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  5. Totally YUMMY..I love it..Delicious.

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  6. Good morning Catherine, Delicious I love it!!

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  7. your recipes never cease to amaze me!! and yes my family taught me the importance of bargains very young!

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  8. Love the look and sound of these.
    Rita

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  9. I do love a good slow cook!! Sounds fabulous. blessings ~ tanna

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  10. This looks like a hearty and comforting winter dish! Perfect for these snowy days were are having now.

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  11. I quite often use ribs to cook a sauce for pasta. It's heaty, i like it. So your baked spare ribs really tempt me a lot. Looks really good. have a nive week end Catherine!

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  12. I love spare ribs but don't think I've ever cooked them off the grill. These look delicious.

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  13. ... and it would be the longest 2-3 hours of my life... they're perfect!

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    http://http://helengrtravelling.blogspot.com/
    Regards.

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  15. Very very nice recipe. Spare ribs are so tasty. I like the spices you have used.

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  16. Es un plato suculento y sabroso luce perfecto,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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  17. this sounds like how I cook a roast, tender and full of flavor - I know the ribs are out-ot-sight... thanks for reminding me of the remoulade, think I will make up a batch, it is sinfully good.....

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  18. I love ribs! Another great recipe.

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  19. Those look so good! Looks like a wonderful technique.

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  20. I've seen spareribs cooked a lot of ways, but never baked!

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  21. OMG those ribs look so good. Great job because we eat with our eyes and trust me you have made me hungry.

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  22. Yum, this looks wonderful. I bet these ribs would be tender and full of flavor.

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  23. I have a confession to make. I've never cooked or baked spare ribs. Ever. Change is on the horizon. Thanks, friend!

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  24. This looks great, and it looks simple enough that I might be able to cook it.

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  25. AMAZING !!!! This looks SO yummy!
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