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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Day 253: Sweet and Spicy Ribs



5 cups barbecue sauce

3/4 cup brown sugar
2 Tbsp Cajun seasoning
1 Tbsp garlic powder
1 Tbsp onion powder
6 pounds boneless beef country-style ribs
Stir together barbecue sauce, brown sugar, Cajun seasoning, garlic powder, and onion powder in medium bowl. Remove 1 cup of mixture; refrigerate and reserve for dipping sauce. Place ribs in large slow cooker. Pour barbecue sauce mixture over ribs. Cover and cook on LOW 8 hours or until meat is tender. Uncover; remove ribs. Skim fat from sauce and serve with reserved sauce. Makes 10 servings.
Review:
This was an excellent meal. Just the right amount of seasonings. Greg loved it and thought it was 5 stars. We served ours with potatoes but it would be good with rice as well. 4 stars.

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6 comments:

  1. This recipe calls for honey in your instructions, but is not listed in the ingredients. How much honey does it call for? Thanks!

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  2. oops, honey was in the original recipe but I took it out...so no honey.

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  3. I made this, but with flank steak in the crockpot and it was excellent! I used fresh garlic and onions because I didn't have the powdered stuff. It didn't need to cook as long, but it was so tasty. It's perfect for entertaining. Everyone loved it!

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  4. Mmm... Would this work with bone-in ribs?

    Thanks!!

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  5. Hi again! :) Would it also work with pork ribs?

    My favorite store only has "Pork Ribs, Bone-In Country Style". Do you think they'd work?

    I've never cooked ribs before, but I have a Texan husband and three strapping sons so I really need to learn. :) Thank you!

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  6. Mine didn't turn out good at all. I think I over cooked it since it ended up on low for 9 hours. Ribs were dry. Also, the only BBQ sauce I had on hand was already spicy so my sauce ended up too spicy for me. Maybe if someone could recommend a certain type/brand of BBQ sauce? This sounded like such an easy, fool-proof recipe...and I managed to mess it up! Oh well! Learn from my mistakes!

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