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Re: Cooking time from BONE IN to BONELESS.... HELP


@SahmIam wrote:

@Nightowlz  Yes, those are what I have.  We don't have a grill so I started years ago making the ribs in the oven; it's a tradition now.

 

I always thought that bone-in meant the meat took longer to cook so I assumed one would simply lesson the time of cooking; in the oven on low heat, I am not so sure now.


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That's a good question with bone-in or not for cooking time. It makes a difference sometimes but not always. I think with pork cooking time is about the same. I would just check with a meat thermometer.

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Re: Cooking time from BONE IN to BONELESS.... HELP

@SahmIam,

3 hours seems too long to me to cook the pork ribs in the first picture.

 

I just put 12 lbs of the ribs in the second picture in the oven.  Because they are all thick, meaty pieces, I upped my oven temp to 350, and will cook tightly covered for 2 hours.  I will remove the bones, place in a Pyrex baking dish, cover with sauce and put back in the oven for 30 min.