How long to cook 6 lbs of boneless pork country ribs?

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  1. frannn

    frannn <font color=blue>please stop the madnesssss alread

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    I just put them in at 6:15, and subsequently realized it would probably be hours before they are done :scared1:. How long do they need to cook? I have them baking in the oven at 395 in a pan covered in foil.
     
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  3. Papa Deuce

    Papa Deuce <font color="red">BBQ loving, fantasy football pla

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    Well, I would have cooked them for about 4 hours at 225 degrees, give or take....
     
  4. MizTink

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    i pan fry mine in a little olive oil/butter and seasonings. they turn out fine, and much faster.
     
  5. Micca

    Micca Where there's a will, there's an heir

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    I have no experience, but I've always heard ribs were to be cooked at lower temps for longer periods(what Deuce said). I'm thinking at 395 they'll cook, but they won't be tender. But what do I know? :confused3
     
  6. Papa Deuce

    Papa Deuce <font color="red">BBQ loving, fantasy football pla

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    When I cook racks of ribs in my smoker, they are almost always perfectly done at 5 - 6 hours at 225.... Even indoors I never go above 275.

    And if they were to get done too early, here is what I do... I wrap them in foil. Then I wrap the foil in towels, and put them in a cooler chest ... they will be good that way for a few hours.
     
  7. DVC-Don

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    Yup, that.
     
  8. MizTink

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    but these aren't like ribs. they are more like big long boneless chunks of pork. cook like a thick pork chop
     
  9. Papa Deuce

    Papa Deuce <font color="red">BBQ loving, fantasy football pla

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    The principle is the same.
     
  10. MizTink

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    i can't get the image to copy/paste. do a google image search for boneless country style ribs
     
  11. Papa Deuce

    Papa Deuce <font color="red">BBQ loving, fantasy football pla

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    I don't need it.... have cooked them many times. If it is pork, I have cooked it, probably at least 25 times.
     
  12. momrek06

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    I just did this, this past weekend. Took 4 lbs of boneless ribs, marinated them overnight in BBQ sauce....in the a.m. I threw them in my crockpot and let them cook all day long on low. 5pm they were AMAZING!!!! :goodvibes
     

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