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|By :Williams Sonoma Book 2|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook, Sauté|
|Main Ingredient||Baby Back Ribs, Orange Juice|
|Prep Time||10 minutes|
|Cook Time||53 minutes|
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Will add a little more red chile paste next time to get more spice!
I found this recipe lacked flavour and too salty. Won’t make it again. KNI
I agree that they’re a bit too salty as is, but this is a good starter recipe for IP rib making. I was really happy with how tender they were and how they tasted when they came out of the pot and before reducing the sauce and basting ribs. I think this is where the salt overload is. We really liked them sauce-less, and liked them well enough sauced. All-in-all, the recipe is a good one for getting the hang of making ribs in your IP.