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by:Two Eight     2019-07-29
The rest of the roast ribs can be easily heated and enjoyed in a few days or even weeks.Whether you choose to freeze the rest of the ribs, unfreeze a small portion at a time, or simply refrigerate the ribs, heating after a day or two, properly re-heating the ribs helps the leftovers taste as good as the first time.Heat the oven to 250 degrees F, then brush the barbecue sauce on both sides of the ribs.
Wrap the meat in two layers of tin paper, but be careful not to stab the tin paper.Place the wrapped ribs in a baking tray or cookie board.Bake on the middle shelf until the center of the meat is 155 degrees.
It takes about an hour.
Open the ribs and place them under the broiler on one side for 5 to 10 minutes.The oven door is on and the light is on.Turn the ribs over and bake for a few more minutes until the sauce starts to bubble and then remove them from the oven.Brush both sides of the meat with a barbecue sauce and place the ribs on the microwave.
Heat the ribs in the microwave for about a minute, then flip the ribs and heat them for a minute.Touch the ribs to see if the temperature is right for you.If not, heat for 15 to 30 seconds at a time before testing again.
Apply the ribs with a barbecue sauce on both sides and heat the grill to 250 degrees F.Wrap the ribs with foil and heat the grill indirectly until the center of the meat is 155 degrees.Open the meat and grill directly and heat it for 5 to 10 minutes until the sauce is bubbling.
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