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Old 06-05-2012, 12:37 PM   #1
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Sticky Ribs

I made these over the weekend, I must say one of the nicest ribs recipes I have tried and so simple to do. The ribs were lovely and tender and the sauce was good and sticky. I served them with mexican corn and my own potato salad.

Scrumptious.

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Old 06-05-2012, 01:22 PM   #2
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Looks very tasty.
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Old 06-05-2012, 01:35 PM   #3
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Very nice, GQ! Have you posted the recipes yet?

That is a cool wood slab under the dishes!
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Thank you ! I will post the recipe shortly, its from BBC Good Food magazine, nice and simple and the ribs are cooked in coke.

The board is made from olive wood, I have a few in olive wood its lovely.
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Please post the recipe. they look great.
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Old 06-05-2012, 03:02 PM   #6
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Certainly and here it is:

Sticky BBQ Ribs : This recipe is taken from BBC Good Food magazine, July issue.

2 racks baby back ribs
2 cans cola

For the Sauce:
8 tablespoons tomato ketchup
8 tablespoons soft brown sugar
2 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
2 tablespoons sweet chillie sauce
1 teaspoon paprika

Method
Heat oven to Gas Mark 3/160c
Snugly fit the ribs into a roasting tray and cover with the cola making sure the ribs are covered (add water if needed). Cover tightly with foil and cook for 2-3 hours until the ribs are tender.

Remove from oven and discard the cooking liquid.

Put all of the sauce ingredients into a pan and heat, stirring, then let it bubble for 2 minutes.

Coat the ribs in the sauce and return to the oven and reheat on Gas Mark 7 /220c for about 20 minutes and basting often with the sauce. Alternatively cook on the barbecue (wait for the rain to subside if in England.....)

Enjoy.
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Lovely! Thanks GQ! C&P.

Now, about that Mexican corn and potato salad, more recipes please?
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GQ- That is a perfect menu. I like your choice of serving board too. Very beautiful.
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Certainly and here it is:

Sticky BBQ Ribs : This recipe is taken from BBC Good Food magazine, July issue.

2 racks baby back ribs
2 cans cola

For the Sauce:
8 tablespoons tomato ketchup
8 tablespoons soft brown sugar
2 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
2 tablespoons sweet chillie sauce
1 teaspoon paprika

Method
Heat oven to Gas Mark 3/160c
Snugly fit the ribs into a roasting tray and cover with the cola making sure the ribs are covered (add water if needed). Cover tightly with foil and cook for 2-3 hours until the ribs are tender.

Remove from oven and discard the cooking liquid.

Put all of the sauce ingredients into a pan and heat, stirring, then let it bubble for 2 minutes.

Coat the ribs in the sauce and return to the oven and reheat on Gas Mark 7 /220c for about 20 minutes and basting often with the sauce. Alternatively cook on the barbecue (wait for the rain to subside if in England.....)

Enjoy.
What would be the temp. in an electric oven?
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What would be the temp. in an electric oven?
320F
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