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|Michael in Phoenix||
I'm talking to myself here, but I just took some of the rib meat off the bone...
Joined: Dec 9, 2005
Posted to Thread #24749 at 5:03 am on Jul 27, 2013
...heated it up in the tomatillo sauce and served it over an omelet filled with melted pepper jack.
Then I took some more of the meat and sauce and filled a big warmed flour tortilla with it and some shredded cheddar/jack. Then I doused it with more tomatillo sauce, a handful of shredded cheese and ran it under the broiler.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 24749. I just posted this in May, but Steve/Pat NoCal/e.'s recipe for Southwestern Country Ribs in... - Michael in Phoenix - 3:58pm on 07/26/13 (8)
- I'm talking to myself here, but I just took some of the rib meat off the bone... - Michael in Phoenix - 5:03am on 07/27/13
- I was listening! Looks good - tomatillos and pork country ribs are favs [NT] - cyalexa2 - 4:43pm on 07/27/13
- Thanks! It's not unusual to find me talking to myself. My boys say... - Michael in Phoenix - 6:38pm on 07/27/13
- My husband talks to himself frequently. - cyalexa2 - 1:25am on 07/29/13
- I saved the recipe back then. I have some of the boneless loin ribs, do you think they would work? [NT] - Curious1 - 6:51pm on 07/27/13
- I think so. The sauce is what keeps the whole dish moist. [NT] - Michael in Phoenix - 7:44pm on 07/27/13
- Thanks Michael, I'm going to try it. [NT] - Curious1 - 12:29am on 07/28/13
- i'm thinking beef shortribs would be yummy in this sauce as well [NT] - AngAk1 - 6:07pm on 07/31/13