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The Sauce That Made These Ribs Sizzle.....

Posted Apr 30 2010 6:37am
the Grill Master at work, grilling babyback ribs Barbecued Spareribs....not really a favorite of mine, but my family loves them. I guess I feel that there is something missing so I keep trying different sauce recipes in the hopes I'll like them better.

Recently I found a recipe that changed my mind about ribs. It's a combination of ingredients that you most like have in your pantry and fridge. I follow the basic ingredients according to the recipe, however, I make a change on how I marinated and cooked the ribs.

The original recipe calls for boiling the ribs for a short time before marinating, but personally I feel you lose a lot of flavor when you boil meat before cooking. So, I just marinate the ribs raw and then cook on the grill or should I say my husband cooks them on the grill, he's the grill master, not me. You can use this tangy sauce in both beef or pork ribs and I found that the longer it marinates the better.

Hope you give it this rib sauce recipe a try. Enjoy!

Tangy Rib Sauce Recipe

  • 2-3 pounds beef ribs
  • 1 cup canned tomato sauce
  • 4 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  • 4 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoon paprika
  • 1/2 teaspoon chili powder
  • 2 clove garlic, crushed
  1. Combine all of above ingredients in a large bowl and mix together well
  2. Place ribs in a large casserole dish and coat ribs with sauce the longer the ribs marinate the better
  3. Cover ribs and marinate in refrigerator for several hours or preferably overnight (I like to turn ribs over a couple of times during marinating)
  4. When you are ready to cook, place on heated barbecue and brush marinade during cooking,discard any remaining marinade

Source: Step-By-Step Grilling Cookbook, 1994, Page 33

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