How Long Do You Boil Ribs?

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If you're cooking pork or beef spare ribs, it can take a while to get them nice and tender. To speed up the process of roasting or grilling ribs, you can boil them for a bit first. Or you can just boil them instead of roasting if you prefer. To pre-boil, boil them for about 15 minutes. If boiling only, then from 30 to 45 minutes should do the trick.
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1. Place the ribs in a large bowl. Pour 3/4 cup vinegar and 3 cups water over the ribs. Allow the ribs to marinade for 20 minutes. The marinade cleans the meat and adds tangy flavor
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approximately 40 minutes. i like to test them for doneness by taking them out of the pot and seeing how tender they are : if the meat is still hard and stiff, cook them longer.
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Cut them down so they will fit in what pot you have. Bring water to a boil with some chopped up celery, carrots and onions (save scraps if you're using them elsewhere and use it here
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Boil ribs at a low simmer, no less that 1 hour. If you go more than 3 hours, you run the
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