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    Any recipes for taking the meat off the ribs...

    So I made the ribs. And yeah, if it were my last meal, I'd probably do that! I've enjoyed them for a few days now and was curious if any of you all strip the ribs of the meat and make anytihng else with this amazing meat? Tacos? Burgers? Etc?

    Just curious...

    #2
    Tacos, Nachos, enchiladas, pizza, rib meat fried rice, meat pies. Done them all.

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    • Chris_Ryan
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      Thanks!

    • Ernest
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      Don't rely on recipes, just get in there and cook by feel.
      I did tacos with chopped rib meat, onion and cilantro and a squeeeeeeeze of lime juice.

      Pizza was bbq sauce on pizza dough topped with shredded rib meat, very light sprinkle of mozzarella cheese.

    #3
    i have never been tempted to do so. but i assume you can use it for anything.

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      #4
      Get a good burger bun or roll heat rib meat pile up on bun or roll add a few pickles some slaw, BBQ sauce chow down,take some of the drippings from your last pork butt cook (YOU DO KEEP AND FREEZEIT DONT YOU) Make a great jus and have French dip Sammy's pork style of course. there is really good slaw and BBQ sauce recipes on the other side hope this helps

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      • Chris_Ryan
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        I dont do that and now...I MUST do that!!

      #5
      Make a stew, like a kimchi jjigae or sancocho trifasico (google em), and drop it in at the end of the cooking process (as the meat is already fully cooked).

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        #6
        Simmer in small amount of water to make broth. then use meat in baked beans. fry onions ect in fat that separates.

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