these were wonderful. i love the flavors! i followed the ingredient and marinating instructions, but i wrapped them in foil and cooked them in the oven for 4 hours on 200 degrees. then i took them out of the foil and finished cooking them on the grill. they were very tender. really good recipe.
Dorothy.....another perspective to this great recipe is that it worked VERY well indeed as a "make ahead". My plans for serving them were delayed, so I just partially cooked them, put them into the frig, and finished them up a couple of days later. They were tender and tasty. We have a LOT of company and this kind of recipe makes things so much easier! Thank you for sharing. Margo
Your recipes are real winners Dorothy, these are deliciously sticky, great flavoured, chin wiping fantastic!
Fabulous! I made these for company last night - and barely had ANY leftovers! WOW! DH loved 'em! This is a keeper! I marinated these in a "ziploc" bag all day - then baked these & served w/ garlic fries (off 'Zaar) -and also tater dipped veggies (off 'Zaar) and savory Italian rounds (bread recipe which I will post) YUUUUUUUUUUMMY! Thanks for sharing!
Excellent!! I do not make ribs that often so when I do I want to enjoy them!! This filled the bill hands down!! House aromas were fantastic to boot!! Thanks again Dorothy.
Great rib recipe. They are worth all the time it takes to marinate and cook!
Excellent ribs! I followed the recipe except I added pineapple chunks the last 15 minutes. Turned out wonderful! Thank you for a great rib recipe!
Very good! Following the recipe, the ribs come out perfect! We will make these again before the cold weather sets in. Thank you for sharing.
This marinade was very sticky. It tasted like Vegimite. I think they were overcooked. In future I will give them less time in the oven.
I followed the recipe exactly and it did not taste good to me. I had to dip the ribs in barbeque sauce to finish them off. I guess I'm just used to the standard barbeque flavor. Jack Daniel's sauce is my favorite.