The first time I made this, I doubled the amount of allspice, purely by accident. Only marinaded for 24 hours .... EXCELLENT! The second time around, I added .5c of strong espresso and 2 oz. of dark chocolate (just my preference when making a barbecue sauce). Again ... EXCELLENT! In the future, I'll be using this on St. Louis Ribs (maybe a country cut). GREAT RECIPE!
I made these a couple of times and they always come out wonderful! Thank you for sharing the recipe, it is one I will keep :)
Awesome!! i will never BBQ beef ribs again I let them marinade for 2 days these are beyond good, I think I might try this with pork ribs as well, thanks so much Kitten!
Fabulous! I used boneless beef ribs and they turned out great. This got a 5 star all around my dinner table. Thanks for posting. This is a definate keeper!
This was a fabulous sauce and a great way to cook ribs without heading outside to the grill. :) I had never bought or prepared ribs before (usually leave that to the hubby) and I bought the cheapest ones I could find, not knowing that meant there was virtually no meat on them. But it was worth it for all the finger-lickin' we did. I will definitely make this again with some meatier ribs. My husband was AMAZED that I made the sauce and wanted to make sure I can duplicate it for next time. :) Thanks!
My DH loves beef ribs and he gives this recipe a resounding 5 stars. I don't care very much for ribs of any kind, although I will eat very lean back pork ribs occasionally. My 5 stars is for the sauce - it is absolutely incredible! We had this for our Thanksgiving dinner today, and thoroughly enjoyed it with mashed potatoes, sliced sweet onions and creamed corn. I have read many of your recipes and look forward to trying more of them. Thank you, KITTENCAL. i forgot to mention that more sauce would be good (about 1/2 a recipe more, at least). That is how good this sauce is.
I loved the sauce. The cinnamon and allspice really made it unique. My ribs were tough though, even after marinating 36 hours. Next time I am going to peel off the membrane and marinate the ribs in vinegar,water, and salt to tenderize before marinating in the prepared sauce. Thanks for the great sauce recipe!
I made these for part of a val. dinner and they were amazing. I used it with 6 pounds of ribs due to having trouble finding meaty ribs and they turned out beautifully. We will be using this recipe again. Thanks for sharing it. Kim
The sauce was wonderful! Very very good. But the ribs weren't done like I had hoped. Still good, tho!
Absolutely superb. I rarely can find short ribs but the local store had one packet which i grabbed. These are sweet and spicy and just perfect :)