Ready in 2 hours
This is a very easy and delicious recipe.
"Just made these ribs and they got rave reviews. I omitted the hot sauce as my guys are not fans of spicy but they were still delicious.....fall off the bone! Thank you"- colawt
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Divide the 6 pound package of country spare ribs in half so you have two three pound slabs. Place both three pound slabs in separate baking pan. Fill each baking pan to the brim with water. Place one of the pans on the top rack of the oven. Place the other pan on the bottom rack. Cover each baking pan with a cookie sheet leaving a very tiny vent space. Cook the ribs on 450 degrees for 2 1/2 hours. There should be very little to no water in the pan when the ribs are done. While the ribs are cooking take the full 28 oz. bottle of Kraft Honey Barbecue sauce and dumb out about 3 oz. of barbecue sauce. Place 1 oz. of Texas Pete hotter hot sauce inside the bottle of barbecue sauce. Also place 1 oz. of apple cider vinegar inside the bottle of barbecue sauce. Mix the 3 tablespoons of brown sugar as well as the 3 tablespoons of cane sugar into the bottle of barbecue sauce as well. Put a cap on the barbecue sauce bottle and shake thoroughly for 2 minutes. When the ribs are done coat the ribs on both sides with barbecue sauce. You can either put the coated ribs back in the oven to broil the sauce for 15 minutes or you can place the ribs on a gas grill for 5 minutes on each side. Either way the sauce will bake into the ribs.
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colawt 6 months agoJust made these ribs and they got rave reviews. I omitted the hot sauce as my guys are not fans of spicy but they were still delicious.....fall off the bone! Thank you
Croadist 3 years agoWhen the ribs come out of the oven the will be very tender. It is not necessary to put the ribs on the grill or broil them because they taste fine as is. It varies on how the individual likes their barbecue sauce to taste on the ribs. [I posted this recipe.]