As easy as can be and they come out so tender and delicious! Not sure how many servings in the whole recipe. I usually halve the recipe and there definitely are leftovers when serving only two people. Although I haven't tried it, you probably could easily make pulled pork sandwiches from this.
This is the recipe my Mom concocted years ago for barbecued ribs. This is the only recipe we ever used! It is different in that you add preserves to the sauce to give it a sweet taste. Watch out! It can become habit forming! The amount of preserves used would be determined by the amount of sauce made. For the recipe listed I would use enough preserves to make the sauce thick, probably about 1/2 to 3/4 of a small jar. You can use apricot or peach, whichever you have on hand or prefer. One tip for grilling: The sugar in the preserves tends to burn on the grill quickly. To avoid a real clean-up mess, use the sauce at the end of the grilling. When using this recipe for Pulled Pork, omit preserves -- This will give you the perfect sauce for Pulled Pork!
This is the way I always prepare my BBQ ribs. They result in fall off the bone tender ribs, and they are always a hit. The spices listed are what I submitted for this recipe, however I probably never use the same thing twice. Play around with those ingredients you enjoy the most. Prep time includes marinating time.
Go from stove to table in half an hour with a swift, smoky pork-chop sauce; made with canned, fire-roasted, diced tomatoes; smokey chipotle peppers; corn and black beans – a flavorful way to add nutrient-rich vegetables to your meal.
This is DH's recipe. It is simple comfort food and is very versatile. You can use chicken quarters in place of chops or chicken broth in place of water. Feel free to experiment with different herbs. We never make this the same way twice. A side note: I would recommend using a bone in, fattier cut of pork and not loin chops in this recipe.
This is a very simple recipe that I got from my mother-in-law. We really enjoyed it when she made it and since then it has become a regular entree. Please follow directions carefully - and hope you enjoy.
This is a recipe discovery (and my first posting of a recipe) but I've gotten so many amazing recipes off this site that I thought I owe it to the site to post an amazing and super-easy rib recipe. The delicious part of this is that it is so completely HANDS OFF that they can cook all day with a quick finish on the bar-b and your guests will be crooning for hours. Make lots - they go quick!! I should mention this recipe is so flexible - adjust however you like and you'll still get an amazing result!! I like to serve it with baked sweet potato (simply chop up a sweet potato, wrap in foil, and throw them in the oven for the last 30-45 mins) and coleslaw. mmmm goood. You can also "improve" any store bought sauce by adding ketchup, brown sugar or maple syrup or honey to suit your tastes - if you like garlic, add that too for a personalized "wow" result.
I found this recipe in a taste of home magazine, and made a few adjustments and now I will never use another pork bbq recipe again! My husband kept saying it was some of the best he ever tasted! The Sweet Baby Ray's bbq sauce made alot of difference! You can find it in most grocery stores! The pork shoulder butt roast, is the most tender I think.
The crock pot & your favorite bottled BBQ sauce or my recipe for Recipe #277503 makes cooking up these delicious sandwiches very easy. The meat is tender & practically shreds itself. I've been making this recipe for 20 years & always get rave reviews.