I used country style ribs and they were tender, juicy and so delicious! It takes a little while to make them but so worth the effort!
I used my own concoction for the barbecue sauce and did these ribs in my smoker. The smoky flavor really incorporated into the ribs and was excellent! All my customers flocked to have some of these ribs at one of my functions!
These really hit the spot for me and my wife. The ribs were so full of flavor. We chose to use Sweet Baby Rays BBQ Sauce. Mmmm, so yummy!
I made these ribs on my grill with awesome results using baby backs! I just put aluminum foil on the bottom rack of the grill before putting the ribs on the top rack. Cooked on low heat these came out tender and delicious in about 1 hr. 45 minutes!
Over the top ribs! Make sure you don't over cook them!
Excellent ribs Linda! These take awhile to get to the table, but they are worth their "wait" in gold! Flavors are so good in these ribs. I decided to use the Dijon mustard, which made it a little spicier tasting, and I opted for the Ah-So sauce. At the end of cooking time I threw these out on the grill for a few minutes to get a good grill taste, and just brushed on a little more Ah-So Sauce before putting them on the grill. We often make ribs, during the summer especially, and this recipe was well received by all at our Memorial day family barbecue, so we will be using it again soon!
Excellent is the first word that comes to mind! I made this along with Linda's recipe for Shirley's Shrimp Potato Salad, and it was a wonderful combination of flavors. These ribs are Dynomite! Make sure you watch them carefully at the end of cooking time, so they don't get dried out. I made them exactly as written, but put them on a baking sheet instead of putting them directly on the rack in the oven. I didn't want to have to clean my oven. Great ribs, that I have made several times now!