Pork Country Style Ribs (Air Fried in Ninja)

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Looks real good John, Haven't done CSRs in a long long time.

Point for sure
Chris
 
Looks great Bear!! I’ll get sous vide first will take them up another notch too. I gotta say that deviled egg made me crave some lol. I love those things.


Thank You Jeff!!!
Mrs Bear makes great Deviled Eggs. During our 52 years of marriage, every picnic we went to, whether it be family, Beth Steel, Softball Team, Church, or whatever, she always took between 4 & 6 Dozen Deviled Eggs. Everybody looked for them.
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Bear
 
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The CSR’s look great Bear! I think the SV followed by the ninja sounds like a good idea. Like!!


Thank You Xray!!
Yup---That will be my next CSR cook!!
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Bear
 
Those look great John. I always have trouble doing CSR's any way, smoking, grilling, oven. They come out tough. Years ago we boiled them then grilled them, those were the toughest of all, lol. All of those meals look delicious and I'm sure when you do the SV then the Ninja next time it'll be much more tender.


Thank You Mike!!
Before I had a Smoker, I used to bring to boil, then Simmer, then skewer them in my Show Time Rotisserie. They were pretty good, but I believe "SV to Ninja on Air Crisp" will be the Best.
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Bear
 
Looks great Bear! I agree on the SV, then ninja. I have been SV ribs and searing off or even broiler and they come out great.

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Looks great Bear! I agree on the SV, then ninja. I have been SV ribs and searing off or even broiler and they come out great.


Thank You Cliff !!
Yup, as soon as we get another pack of CSRs, I'll be trying that way.
Should work Great.
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Bear
 
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