4 Reviews

The sauce is really delicious! It has a very unique flavor to it - (must be the espresso). The first part of the instructions don't say how hot to cook at, so I baked them at 325degrees for about 2 hours. I turned the oven up to 400degrees, and continued with the recipe. There are no left overs. I chose this recipe for the "This Little Piggy" event - April 2009 ... thanks sugarpea :p

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"Ratalouille" April 29, 2009

This has become a staple in our house. Really delicious!!

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Radka November 20, 2006

I can't believe I didn't review this sooner. This is a great recipe and good for those who don't have outdoor grills. The sauce is not overly sweet and you really don't taste the espresso. This is a fun recipe and great for the summer or winter!A must try in my book

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atm1970 September 16, 2006

These ribs were succulent,tender but still had some texture just the way I love my ribs. I did not have expresso but made triple strength coffee. You are right you do not taste the coffee but there suregives a wake up flavor to the ribs. I finished the ribs in a 375f oven and for the last 5 minutes had them 8" from the broiler but I watched them very carefully Thanks sugarpea great recipe.

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Bergy October 29, 2004
Baby Back Ribs with Espresso BBQ Sauce