By TheGlutton on November 19, 2008
Photo by Nif
Photo by Nif
"This is a recipe I originally found in the Recipe Link but it's also posted in various other cooking sites. I include this recipe here, because Honey Barbeque is one of my favorite sauces ever! Advice: Feel free to try the sauce with any piece of meat, other than riblets ( my personal favorite is chicken legs or chicken in general ) but avoid hard and chewy meat like beef (unless it's your thing). You need something soft, try pork. If you favor more spice than sweetness, cut down on the honey and increase the spice quantity for a sharp difference. Also, you can use 1 and 1/2 tablespoons of brown sugar, instead of molasses. By no means whatsoever, don't mix the sauce with the riblets in any stage of their cooking. Simply soak them in the sauce just before serving. Water and fat that meat excretes during baking will liquefy and spoil your sauce. You can cook them altogether in a deep frying pan though, just over low heat. Matches well with side dishes like french fries, coleslaw and very mild blue cheese or sour cream dip. Enjoy!"
Serving Size: 1 (9629 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Great recipe for some delicious ribs! I don't know what the Applebee riblets taste like and it didn't matter! I found several different definitions for "riblets" and chose sweet and sour cut ribs. I used 1.5 kg of ribs (3 pounds) but the yummy sauce would have gone far enough to cover 10 pounds easily! Made for Spring 2009 PAC. Thanks!"
"Yum. Very close to the riblets at Applebees. I made it the first time as written. The second time I started it at lunch and let it go low and slow for the afternoon. I skipped the homeade sauce, added my favorite jarred and it was just as good."
"I'm just rating the sauce on this recipe. Was looking for a sauce for a Rib Cookoff and this is perfect. The only thing I added was a teaspoon of liquid smoke to the sauce. Great sauce."
"Mother-in-Law said "I think these are the best ribs I've ever had." That's enough right there to recommend! They came out fantastic! I really do recommend slow cooking for the full 5 hours. The meat literally fell off the bones and the sauce has a lot of different sweetnesses (Molasses, Honey, Corn Syrup). It made our mothers day get together a hit. Highly recommend. You could half- the sauce and still have enough to coat 3 full baby back rib racks."