Wednesday, January 30, 2008

recipe for ribs

So one of my most favorite things in this world are ribs so I found this recipe on the internet and I am so excited to try it I am only posting it here so I can't lose the recipe but if you want to try it here you go...

Serves: 2-4Prep. Time: 1:153 lbs. pork baby back ribs - cut in 2-4 sections1 cup ketchup1/4 cup apple cider vinegar3 Tbls. dark brown sugar3 Tbls. Worcestershire sauce1 tsp. liquid smoke (see Notes below)1/2 tsp. salt

-Place ribs in a large pot and fill pot with enough water to cover ribs.-Bring water to a boil, reduce heat, cover and simmer for 1 hour, or until ribs are fork tender.-While ribs are boiling, combine remaining ingredients in a medium saucepan and bring to a boil.-Reduce heat and simmer, uncovered, stirring often, for 30 minutes, or until slightly thickened.-Place boiled ribs, meat side down, on a broiler pan.-Brush with half the sauce mixture and broil 4"-5" from heat for 6-7 minutes.-Turn ribs over, brush with remaining sauce, and broil additional 6-7 minutes, or until edges are slightly charred.
Notes: Liquid Smoke is a natural flavoring used to add a smoky flavor to foods. The product is produced by burning hardwood chips and condensing the smoke into a liquid form. It is readily available in the U.S. in the spice or condiment aisle of a grocery store. There is no substitute for this ingredient; if you don't have it, simply omit it.


Keely Kellett said...

Those ribs sound so good! I feel like making something like that for our Superbowl party. And your aprons are so cute. I am mentally challenged when it comes to sewing, I am jealous how good you are at it! I looks like you are doing so good with you cute family. I love this blog thing, and how it can keep people it touch. :)

le said...

Brent makes pork ribs every so often for us, I should have him email you his recipe, he kind makes it up on the fly, but is still capable of writing down his steps.