Oven-Baked Maple Barbecued Ribs

Oven-Baked Maple Barbecued Ribs created by teresas

I love cooking and baking with maple syrup and have collected many different recipes using maple syrup over the years, if you have any maple syrup around then this is a rib recipe you should not pass up! The sauce recipe may be easily doubled. Prep time includes the first baking of the ribs.

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  • Set oven to 350 degrees.
  • Place ribs meat side down on a shallow baking pan.
  • Bake for 40 minutes.
  • Drain and cool slightly.
  • Meanwhile, in a saucepan, combine remaining ingredients; cook, and stir over medium heat until mixture comes to a boil.
  • Cut ribs into serving-size pieces; return to pan (meat side up).
  • Pour the sauce over ribs.
  • Bake uncovered for 1 hour or until the ribs are tender, basting occasionally.
  • Note: If desired the sauce recipe may be doubled and also, prepared a day ahead, and refrigerated until ready to use.
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  1. Hungry Dave
    This is the best ribs recipe ever . I made this for a pot luck and made a lot of friends that night . A lot of other people have this awesome recipe now . I doubled up the spice and added 1/2 tsp hot chili powder and a few drops of Woodland liquid smoke for a 'West Coast' touch
  2. Chef Patience
    Doubled the sauce recipe for 5 lbs ribs. For one recipe worth: skipped the ginger (couldn?t find it), subbed homemade Worcestershire sauce, and subbed a dash of tobasco sauce for chili sauce.<br/>The sauce was really good, but should have been put on near the end of cooking, maybe with the meat side of the ribs lying down in it. The ribs were just a touch dry, maybe because we skipped the basting step???<br/>This sauce would also be good on pork or chicken.
  3. Chef Patience
    Doubled the sauce recipe for 5 lbs ribs. For one recipe worth: skipped the ginger (couldn?t find it), subbed homemade Worcestershire sauce, and subbed a dash of tobasco sauce for chili sauce.<br/>The sauce was really good, but should have been put on near the end of cooking, maybe with the meat side of the ribs lying down in it. The ribs were just a touch dry, maybe because we skipped the basting step???<br/>This sauce would also be good on pork or chicken.
  4. Carleez_Noms
    I added the juice of one orange to mine, YUMS!
  5. teresas
    Oven-Baked Maple Barbecued Ribs Created by teresas
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