A barbeque grill is the single most popular thing with the foodies in the entire universe. On the other hand, meat freaks recognize and acknowledge whatever pork has to offer. Considering the aforementioned two statements, it’s fairly easy to create a non-vegetarian foodie’s paradise: Just bring together the best of both the worlds. When we talk pork, we also bear in mind pork ribs and so grilled pork ribs over a barbeque. Here is a recipe that does something similar. Wet Barbecue Ribs is bound to make you happy. Let us find out what all gets us there and what it has in house.
The preparation is a cinch with just about thirty minutes of activity required. If grilling time is added up with the process of marinating, it will require about 15 hours.
The recipe we are going to discuss here serves 4 foodies.
Let us see what Wet Barbecue Ribs does to our body:
- Calorie count rests at 320
- A total of 15g carbohydrates
- 10g of sugars
- Loaded with protein(don’t bother to quantify)
Don’t forget to keep aside the following for this recipe:
For the sauce:
- A tablespoon of black pepper, freshly ground
- A tablespoon of mustard powder
- A tablespoon of onion powder
- 2-3 ounces of lemon juice
- 5-6 ounces each of white and brown sugars
- 8 ounces of apple cider vinegar
- Some Worcestershire sauce
- 2 ounces of corn syrup
- Some water
- 30 ounces of ketchup
- 3-4 pounds of spare ribs
- 4 ounces of paprika
- A teaspoon of onion powder
- 2 ounces of sugar
The cooking process
Here is a step by step guide to stick around you throughout the process:
- Bring together all the ingredients for sauce and mix them up in a large bowl.
- Allow these contents to boil over. Bear in mind to stir them frequently in order to avoid them sticking together.
- As they boil over, lower the flame to low and let them simmer for another thirty minutes.
- Utilise the meantime by trimming the ribs and removing brisket bones and excess fat from them.
- Rinse these ribs and rub them all over with the seasoning mix of paprika, sugar and onion powder.
- Cover the rubbed ribs and put them in the fridge for about 12 hours or simply overnight.
- Grill the ribs over barbeque at 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Ensure that the curled sides are facing upwards. Carry this on for 3 hours.
- Now, bring up the temperature to a high of 300 degrees Fahrenheit and cook for another 3 hours.
- It is recommended to baste during the final thirty minutes of the cooking process only as it prevents the sauce from scorching.
With this, Wet Barbecue Ribs is ready to be served. Show some culinary skills to garnish them on the platter. Enjoy!
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