BBQ Beef ribs

Ribs were on sale at the local butcher, so I couldn’t resist! Although ribs are a mix of fat and meat, the low and slow cooking method makes them really tender and they are a big family favourite!

Ingredients

4 beef ribs on the bone

½ cup brown sugar

½ cup BBQ sauce

Splash Worcestershire sauce

Splash of whiskey, I used Jameson’s Irish Whiskey

Pepper

 

Method

Combine the brown sugar, bbq sauce, whiskey and Worcestershire sauce in a small saucepan and stir on low until the sugar has dissolved. Crack pepper into the mixture. I do not add extra salt because the bought bbq sauce if salty enough, but add some if you like. Place the ribs in a baking dish lined with alfoil and pour the sauce over them, rubbing the beef, getting the sauce all over them. Put the dish in the fridge for a few hours. An hour and 15 minutes before you need them, grab the dish and put it in the oven on 160 degrees Celsius for 50 minutes. At the 50 minute mark, turn the heat up to 200 degrees and leave for 10 minutes. Take the ribs out of the oven and cover with alfoil or a large plate to keep the heat in and leave them sit for 10 minutes. Serve as you like. Warning – there is no real lady-like way to eat these little beauties, even if you start with cutlery the bone will get you!! Lol!

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BBQ Beef ribs

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