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hey gatorbait how did the boneless ribs turn out?

dhuffjrdhuffjr Posts: 3,182
edited 1:46PM in EggHead Forum
And how did you end up doing them?


  • Gator Bait Gator Bait Posts: 5,244
    When I opened them the mystery boneless rib thingies look just like pork loin sliced the other way. No big surprise. They are scored about 1/4 inch deep every inch to give them a rib like appearance but other then that I think they are just a slab of pork loin. Because I bought the best marbled ones, I think they will be good.

    I have slightly modified my Teriyaki Tangerine marinade for the better and they have been resting in that since late yesterday afternoon. After a good 24 hour marinate they are probably destined for a medium hot egg, I'm guessing about 400º would be a good place to start and will cook them to an internal of 140º or just slightly lower unless I hear any better ideas from friends here on the forum. I am guessing that they will cook pretty quick as they are only about an inch thick, I am thinking direct over the coals will give better color to them. I think I am going to sauce them on the egg with some Blues Hog, they should be very tasty.

    For better or worse I will post this evening after they are egged. :)


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