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Monday, January 16, 2012

Super Bowl Rib/Mon. Blog Hop

Blog Hop is below recipe...Show us your great ideas.

I've made Country Style Boneless Ribs for a lot
of years but these are different...I experimented with
the recipe & found some Great flavors (the Dijon
mustard gives it a KICK) to blend in the sauce & a
different way to bake them!! Soooooooo..of course I
wanted to share these ideas with you guys....

Here goes: Pre-heat oven to 250F.

RECIPE
3 -3 1/2 lbs. of Country Style pork or beef ribs (I used boneless)
1 tsp. minced garlic
dash of garlic powder
dash of salt
dash of pepper
BBQ Sauce
2 c. Honey BBQ sauce
1 1/2 c. Brown sugar
2 tsp. Dijon mustard

Directions:
Line a 9 x 13" pan with aluminum foil
over lapping the sides enough to fold
over top of ribs.

Place Country Stye ribs in pan and sprinkle both
sides with garlic powder, salt, pepper, &
minced garlic. AS SEEN BELOW

Fold aluminum foil over & place in pre-heated
250F. oven and bake for 2 hrs.

While ribs are baking, mix together Brown sugar,
Honey BBQ Sauce, & Dijon mustard into a
beautiful basting glaze. SEE BELOW
After baking for 2 hrs. take ribs out of
oven, drain excess water and grease from
pan, & baste ribs with glaze....put back in
oven for 1 hr..Take out...Optional: baste 1
more time for an even thicker glaze and put
back in the oven for 10 more minutes.. Throw out any un-used sauce since you have been
using a brush back & forth touching raw meat..so for
health reasons you would not use any left
over sauce. After.. Tender, juicy & succulent!!!!
After you make these..you'll have to keep them
hidden or they'll be gone...Before dinner. That's
what my family told me..so be forewarned..
These would be a SUPER football party food.
The glaze could be even put over wings or chicken
legs. Deliciousssssssssssssssss.....Enjoy..

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