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CSRs Uncut (Ninja)

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CSRs Uncut (Ninja)



These CSRs were cut even less than usual, so I decided to leave them whole, the way they were.

First I wanted to try my new “Korean BBQ Marinade” that TNJAKE TNJAKE steered me to.
It was pretty good on this Pork, but the real test for me will be when I try it on Beef.
So I dumped about half a bottle of “Bibigo” Korean Marinade in a Glass Baking Dish, and put the pieces in there for a few hours, flipping them a couple times.
Then I Air Fried them in the Ninja, until the IT was just below 150°IT.

The First night I had Great Beans & some Home Fries.

The second Night I had the same thing, but I sliced it all first.

And The Third Night, I just had the Last of the Sliced Pork, and a Stuffed Pepper on the side.


That's about it----
Thanks for Dropping By,

Bear


Three "Hunks" of uncut Country Style Ribs:
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Here's the "Bibigo" Korean Marinade & Sauce that TNJAKE TNJAKE suggested I try:
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Time to hit the Ninja!!
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Now we're getting somewhere!!
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My First Night, with Green Beans & Home Fries:
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Decided to slice the rest up for meals & Sammies:
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Bear's Second Night's Supper:
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And the 3rd Night, the last of the Pork Slices & a Stuffed Pepper on the side:
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Sure looks great Bear! I would chow down on that for 3 nights as well. That sauce looks great, looked it up and only 5G of sugars and I can get it at Target here.
 

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Excellent looking plates, Bear. Now you have me wanting to try that marinade too.
 

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Good looking meal John. Glad you liked the marinade. I've only used it on beef and was dang delicious so I know you will love it too
 

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Sure looks great Bear! I would chow down on that for 3 nights as well. That sauce looks great, looked it up and only 5G of sugars and I can get it at Target here.

Thank You Much!!
I got a 6 pack on Amazon for $26, and being over $25 meant FREE Shipping.:emoji_sunglasses:
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 

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Boy howdy John, you were eating high on the hog there for a few days, looks great! RAY
 

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That’s some good eats right there Beat! That marinade looks good too!!
 

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Geez Bear, that is a couple of really nice looking plates. Love the color on the CSR's. They look to be perfectly cooked, moist, and tender. Well done sir....again....as usual...and what we all have come to expect :emoji_laughing:

Robert
 

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Beautiful! Can all of the Ninja parts be put into the dishwasher for cleanup?
 

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Looks great to me Bear! I almost bought some CSR’s tonight on sale but have a ton of leftovers to use up.
 

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Looks awesome Bear! Delicious meal and leftovers for good sandwich cant be beat!
 

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Those look delicious John! Great job. I haven't seen that marinade, gonna look for it. We use other Bibigo products and they're very good. To echo Robert, they look perfectly cooked and moist. How long did you cook the CSR's?
 

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Those look great Bear, beautiful color on the meat in the Ninja
Nice meals as always

David
 

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Yum! How long to cook?

Rick
Thank You Rick!!
I figured I wouldn't be doing this again, so I didn't track my Temp & Time on this one.
I think next time I'll Sous Vide first---Then Ninja for a short time.

Bear


Excellent looking plates, Bear. Now you have me wanting to try that marinade too.
Thank You SHS !!
Marinade was Great--Can't wait to try it on Beef !!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 

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Thank You Rick!!
I figured I wouldn't be doing this again, so I didn't track my Temp & Time on this one.
I think next time I'll Sous Vide first---Then Ninja for a short time.

Bear




Thank You SHS !!
Marinade was Great--Can't wait to try it on Beef !!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
SV is how I do them, then broil or sear with sauce...no complaints from anyone yet on those.
 

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Thank You Rick!!
I figured I wouldn't be doing this again, so I didn't track my Temp & Time on this one.
I think next time I'll Sous Vide first---Then Ninja for a short time.

Bear




Thank You SHS !!
Marinade was Great--Can't wait to try it on Beef !!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
Yessir they need low and slow, so I was wondering how they did in the "grill".

I have some in a wet cure now going on fifth day. Would they be good in the SV, or should I just smoke them or do them in the oven?
 

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