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Thank you for a great tasting BBQ sauce, but I did change just one thing, I used just 1 tblsp. of the chili powder instead of 2, hubby can't take too much heat! He loved it, so this will be used quite a bit this summer not only on the spareribs, but chicken too!
The sauce for this recipe is pretty good, but the tomato taste was a bit strong and had me thinking pasta instead of ribs at times. I used baby back ribs cooked on the grill using low (~200degrees) indirect heat for a little over two hours.
I also used 1 tbsp. chili powder instead of 2. This is an absolutely delicious sauce. I used it on beef ribs and pork ribs, grilled over a slower heat for about 1.5 hours.
I knew this would be good since it was from Inez!!! The sauce was so supurb we could not stop licking our fingers and even the bowl!!!!!!! I only had 4 pounds of ribs so I only made 1/2 of the sauce. My grill has very uneven heat and not dependable, so I cooked the ribs in the oven on 350 with an inch of water for 1 1/2 hours and then basted and put on the grill. This will be a summer favorite!!!!!! Next time I may try this on chicken.