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Pork Loin Ribs in Electric Roaster Oven
I would like to cook pork loin ribs in my electric roaster.How long do I cook and at what temp for 3 slabs at 3 lbs each? Do I put BBQ sauce on at the beginning or cook first and add it at the end?
I have cooked them in my crock pot for 8 hours on low. Would this be the same in the roaster?
No, it is more like a regular oven, unless you are planning to cook at 200 degrees (not the best way. You can even marinate overnight in the sauce. 3 slabs only takes a little longer (20 min?) than one. Hold at 165-180.
I have never cooked ribs in the oven. What temp do I put the roaster at? How long?
Do I put sauce on at beginning or end?
Thank so much for your help!
I suggest you go to the BBQ and brisket page and review the jerk rib recipe. It discusses marinating and sauce. You can use the roaster as your marinating and simmering/roasting pot, then finish by running the slabs under the broiler for about 5-10 minutes per side to get the good crispy/chewy outside bits. The roaster alone cooks VERY moist and is not the best for ribs.
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