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My ribs are cooked at 325° for two hours, then I remove foil, and cook another

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Posted to Thread #30302 at 4:23 pm on May 27, 2018

30 to 40 minutes at 375°. The top is nice and brown with a good crust. I use coarse salt, granulated garlic and onion powders, brown sugar and soy sauce on my ribs. They are cooked on a bed of sliced onion because we love the extra veggie plus the to die for taste. Therefore the bottom does not get crusty like the top, but it is mostly bone anyway. I use baby back pork ribs which are very meaty.

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