Peach Glazed Ribs

Peach Glazed Ribs created by Chouny

We found these ribs absolutely delicious, slightly fruity and extra moist they are less acidic than the usual BBQ sauce ribs. I find boiling the ribs before grilling them, makes them a lot less greasy. It's important to boil them long enough in order to make them super tender.

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2hrs 10mins
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  • Place ribs in a large pot, add water just enough to cover them up.
  • Add chopped onions, celery ribs and remaining ingredients to boil the ribs.
  • Bring to a boil, simmer for up to 2 hours, or until ribs are tender.
  • Discard cooking liquid, let the ribs cool down.
  • For the glaze: Blend peaches and juice with a hand blender until creamy.
  • Add all other remaining ingredients of glaze and mix well.
  • Start BBQ; bring heat up to 350°F.
  • Pour a good quantity of glaze to cover ribs all over.
  • Place ribs on the BBQ and close cover.
  • Keep adding glaze, and turning ribs until heated through (approx. 15 - 20 minutes).
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"We found these ribs absolutely delicious, slightly fruity and extra moist they are less acidic than the usual BBQ sauce ribs. I find boiling the ribs before grilling them, makes them a lot less greasy. It's important to boil them long enough in order to make them super tender."

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  1. Trennese H.
    Tired of the same boring bbq ribs. These ribs were absolutely amazing. Perfect balance between sweet and spicy. The flavors were very complementary. My family loved them. The only tweaking I did was added some finely chopped fresh jalapeños (without the seeds) and some minced ginger root (just a little because a little goes a long way) to the glaze. “Magnific!” I recommend this recipe.
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    Peach Glazed Ribs Created by Chouny
  3. Chouny
    Peach Glazed Ribs Created by Chouny
  4. Chouny
    We found these ribs absolutely delicious, slightly fruity and extra moist they are less acidic than the usual BBQ sauce ribs. I find boiling the ribs before grilling them, makes them a lot less greasy. It's important to boil them long enough in order to make them super tender.
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