Sweet-Hot Baby Back Ribs

  • DarlaS Posted: 08/05/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    These were the best!!! I made three racks and had zero leftovers. This will remain a family favorite.

  • Manning1 Posted: 10/16/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I made these for my family. They were out of this world good. My daugter had been bugging me for years to make ribs. I tried oven backed ribs, simmered ribs on the stove; all were not the way my dad made them when I was kid. Finally, I found a recipe that would compete with my dad's ribs. As a matter of fact, my dad and neighbors are coming over tommorow for a rib off. These ribs verses my daddy's ribs. I think mine will be the winner, if I had any doubt, I would never have made the challenge. BTW...I followed the recipe to a T. I used the extra sauce for BBQ chicken the next day. Perfection.

  • cjcmom Posted: 06/19/11
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This was my first time making ribs, and they turned out fantastic! My husband said they were the best ribs he's ever eaten. I had to improvise a little because I used 4 racks instead of 3 and I have a small grill. I simply increased the rub recipe. I also used a three burner grill and only lit one, then placed the ribs diagonal across the other two. I rotated the stack half way through, and increased the cooking time by 40 minutes. The taste of the ginger in this recipe was awesome and the sweet hot q sauce rocks, and would be good on other meats too.


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