Barbecue Sauce Recipe For Ribs

I have been cooking these ribs as long as I may remember. They are by far the best I have ever tasted. I was introduced to the recipe by a friend who was a big time player in the California BBQ circuit. They may be made in the oven if you prefer but they are also idealisti for people wanting to have a BBQ in rainy climates as they are cooked covered until the last minute. I now live in rainy England and make these year round. You are going to love this one. Enough for four people.

1 whole rack of pork ribs per person

Dan’s Spicy Rib Rub (This will make more than you need but it keeps for month covered in a dark place.)

1 cup paprika 1 cup salt 1 cup dark brown sugar 1 cup garlic powder One half cup granulated onion One half cup chilli powder 2 tablespoons black pepper 3 teaspoon cumin powder

Simply mix all the ingredients.

Dan’s Rib Sauce (This will make more than you require but it keeps for weeks in the fridge.)

6 tablespoons cup vegetable oil. 1 cup finely chopped onion 1 cup finely chopped green pepper 2 jalapeno peppers finely chopped (more or less to taste) 4 – 6 cloves of minced garlic 1 little may of tomato paste 2 cups of ketchup (Heinz or homemade) 1 cup water 1 cup Worcestershire sauce One half cup sherry vinegar Juice of five freshly squeezed lemon juice 1 cup dark brown sugar or molasses One half cup of your favourite hot sauce One half cup brown mustard (yellow mustard will do if you can not get brown) 2 tablespoons chilli powder 1 teaspoon allspice Salt and pepper to taste 1 tablespoon liquid smoke (optional and in truth only necessitated if you are not cooking in smoke)

Pour the oil into a pan and throw in all of the chopped vegetable except the garlic and fry for with regards to five minutes. Stir regularly. Add the garlic and fry lightly until just beginning to colour. Now add everything else except the liquid smoke and simmer for in regards to 15 minutes. Add the liquid smoke (if using).

Dan’s Rib Mop Sauce

1 cup cider vinegar One half cup water 2 shakes of Worcestershire sauce A few shakes of Tabasco sauce 3 tablespoons of the above rub

Mix all of the ingredients and put aside. You want to get your BBQ or oven to when it comes to 240F (115 Celsius). Cover the ribs generously with the rub and place in the covered BBQ or oven. It is crucial that you maintain oven/BBQ temperature within a few degrees. Let the ribs cook at this temperature for in regards to four hours. After the original hour of cooking you ought to brush the ribs all over with a good deal of of the mop sauce. Repeat this each half hour. The ribs are ready when you may effortlessly tear the meat amid the bones or poke your finger through the meat.

To Finish

Remove the ribs and cover with galore of the spicy sauce. If cooking in the oven, heat the grill to high. If on the BBQ, through on a few logs or charcoal until the grill is hot and ready. Now, throw the ribs on the grill and cook until the sauce begins to caramelize. Your masterwork is ready to serve! Feel free to remove my name from the above and replace it with yours.

Barbecue Sauce Recipe For Ribs

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Barbecue Sauce Recipe For Ribs

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Barbecue Sauce Recipe For Ribs

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Barbecue Sauce Recipe For Ribs

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Barbecue Sauce Recipe For Ribs

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Barbecue Sauce Recipe For Ribs

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