These were wonderful !!!!! Finished them off on the grill using chipotle raspberry sauce YUM ! Had our neighbor over for dinner she couldnt stop raving !( I COULDNT EITHER ! ) Mean is right do not boil the meat ! You'll lose all that wonderful flavor ! Thanks mean you are the best !!!!
I threw together my own rub from what I had on hand, but used the same cooking method. They turned out great; tender and juicy. Cheers.
This receipe is so dog gone good, that I hate when my wife tells people that I got the receipe from this site. The exotic flavors, the tenderness of the meat, adds more delight to my favorite kind of ribs (baby back baby). If you want people asking you, "how'd you make those ribs" at your next tailgate or cookout function try this receipe. I do use the Mexican Chile powder and also chilli powder, and to sweeten them up a bit I use a combinaiton of brown and white sugars in the rub and also use a sweet BBQ sause on the final grilling. Yea baby, dem ribs is good. (slurp, slurp)
I am so sorry for this review, but, honestly, we didn't like it at all. I even ordered the proper chile powder by mail. Did I miss something??
These ribs were very very good. We thought them a "grown up" flavor! My son wasn't too thrilled, so we did bbq sauce on the side for dipping. I am going to try these again and add some sugar & a pinch or two of salt. I think the sugar would aid in the final crisping process. Thanks for all the great recipes MEAN CHEF.
I agree with everyone else. Best ribs I have ever had. I used New Mexico Chile & followed the recipe as written. Spicy but not too spicy for my taste. Will be making these often. Thank you MC.