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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Fall off the Bone Ribs

This Recipe is for the best ribs you'll ever have we used to make these in our Restaurant on Thursdays and we sold out every time:

Step 1. Marinate your Baby back Ribs in apple juice over night

Step 2. Drain ribs and put them on foil thats been topped with saran rap sprinkle with brown sugar garlic powder then wrap first in plastic wrap then in foil seal well place on cookie sheet and bake in 300 oven for about an hour turn oven off and let ribs stay in oven while you get your grill fired up.

Step 3. Cook ribs on grill and brush with your favorite bbq sauce. the ribs are already done you just want a nice glaze on them. we used Cattlemans bbq sauce in our restaurant but another great sauce is from:

Bomas at the Disney Animal Kingdom Lodge

NOTE: This BBQ sauce has a sweet and spicy flavor. It goes well with pork, beef, and chicken.

Yield: 10 servings (1 quart)

Ingredients:

1 each Spanish onion, diced fine
1 ounce garlic, minced fine
2 each jalapeno chile peppers, minced fine and seeded
4 ounces brown sugar, packed
2, 12 ounce cans Coca-Cola
2 ounces white vinegar
4 cups ketchup
1 ounce olive oil

Method:

In a heavy-bottom saucepot over medium high heat, add the olive oil and onions and cook for three minutes until onions are brown. Add the garlic, jalapeno peppers, brown sugar, and cook for one minute. Deglaze with the Coca-Cola and cook until a syrup consistency. Add the ketchup and white vinegar. Lower the heat and simmer for 20 minutes.

enjoy!
allison
Allisons Kitchen

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