Excellent flavor! I've had my eye on this recipe for months and finally got around to trying it tonight. It is on the sweet side but we liked the unique taste and didn't even use the BBQ sauce because it tasted THAT good.
This sauce is simply delicious. I used the sauce on Beef Baby Back Ribs and they turned out simply scrumptous. This is a winner and I will be using the recipe from now on. Thanx for posting.
I read through all the recipes before deciding to cook the ribs at 325 for 3 hours. I made the sauce as is (measuring honey, BBQ by weight oz) and it was wonderful. I also took the hint of cooking it on parchment paper and that made clean up a breeze. VERY GOOD RIBS!! My husband and kids don't care for eating off the bones so will try to make this next time with boneless ribs. Can't wait to eat that sauce again!
Excellent ribs! I left out the white sugar and they were still wonderful! Spicy and sweet- absolutely loved them!! Thank you!
We usually boil our ribs first, but didn't this time and they turned out very tender. We were missing some spices - but still turned out tastey
We love the taste of these ribs. Super sticky, but very good. The flavor is wonderful and different that what we are used to. I couldnt find the Old Bay seasoning, so I made some myself and we still loved this stuff. I got really inventive and used them on chicken wings too and they tasted great!
Simply put, awesome!!! Great sauce with both a little bit of sweet and a little bit of spice. I slow cooked them for 3 1/2 hours at 300° and I had to take them out of the pan with a spatula. They were falling apart because they were so tender. Even my mom liked them and she is VERY picky. A definite keeper that is now happily sitting in my cookbook.
WOW! These are awesome! I would not change a thing. Thank you for sharing this great recipe! It is a new family favorite!!
I'm not a big bbq rib person, but I decided to make these for my husband. These are a new favorite. We both love them!
These ribs are absolutely AMAZING!!! I used country style ribs, and boiled them for about an hour before baking. I only used half the honey, and half the Old Bay, omitted the white sugar, and added 2 cloves of minced garlic. Served with baked potatoes and cooked broccoli. WONDERFUL MEAL!!! Definitely a keeper! Thanks a bunch!!! ~Manda