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Rib Sandwich


Leftover spareribs ready to convert to sandwich meat
Rib sandwich served with potato chips and pickles
Rib sandwich served with potato chips and pickles

Rib sandwiches are common fare at many barbecue joints across the United States. They're easy to make, delicious to eat, and a great use for leftover spareribs or baby backs.

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How To Make A Rib Sandwich

Ribs on white bread
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Two slabs of leftover spareribs
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Heating rib meat and BBQ sauce in skillet
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Close-up of rib meat in sauce
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Rib sandwich served with potato chips and pickles
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Close-up of rib sandwich meat
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Order a rib sandwich at some barbecue joints and you'll get what's shown in Photo 1...several ribs on the bone with white bread. Good eats, but not really a sandwich. We can do better!

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First, you'll need leftover spareribs or baby backs. Figure on getting three sandwiches from one slab of ribs. I used 5 bones of spareribs to make the very generous sandwich shown here with a little meat leftover.

Cut the meat off the bones and chop roughly into bite-sized pieces. Place meat in a hot skillet and add some of your favorite barbecue sauce. Stir to coat the meat. Heat until the meat is nice and hot and the sauce has thickened.

If you've planned ahead, you'll have some good quality rolls or buns on-hand. If not, sliced white bread will do. Toast the roll or bread and pile on the warm meat. Top with cole slaw or garnish with whatever you like...bread & butter pickles, thinly sliced raw onion, pickled jalapeños, more barbecue sauce.

Serve simply with potato chips or potato salad on the side and you've got a quick, easy and tasty meal.

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Updated: 06/23/2015

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