Fourth of July BBQ - Spare Ribs Recipe

 


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If you're having a fourth of July barbecue something classy to have that's going to go well with either cold beer or red wine is barbecue spare ribs. The best part about barbecue spare ribs is that they can be the main dish. For a serving of 4 people get about 4 lbs of pork spare ribs (or about three ribs per person). Get chopped coriander for the garnish.

Get the following ingredients for the marinade:

  • 8 and ¾ oz of tomato ketchup
  • 7/8 fl oz of chilli sauce
  • ½ Tbsp cumin powder
  • 4 Tbsp red wine vinegar
  • 7 oz honey
  • 3 1⁄3 fl oz soy sauce
  • 8 garlic cloves , minced
  • 8 ½ fl oz water
  • 1 ¾ oz sugar

Mix all of that together in a medium size saucepan to get the barbecue sauce. Whisk together and bring to a boil. Cook for another minute and remove from the heat. Of course you can also get your favorite barbecue sauce to use as a marinade but where's the fun in that!

Cook Spare Ribs by adding them into a large saucepan and pouring half of the barbecue sauce. Add water to almost cover the ribs and bring it to boil. Then, turn down the heat and cover the lid and simmer for 2 and half hours until the meat is tender. You can check whether the the spare ribs are done or not by inserting a knife into the meat - if there's little resistance then it's ready. Use a slotted spoon or a tong to remove the ribs from the saucepan into a tray. Let them dry off a bit before they're barbecued.

You can prepare the grill about 30 to 45 minutes before the meat is done. If you're using a charcoal grill, which is the best for that smoky smell and taste, wait until the charcoal is turned white and there are no more flames. It's easier if you're using an electric grill - light it up and turn it to high and leave it about 20 minutes to heat up.

Dip the spare ribs into the rest of the barbecue sauce and place them on the grill. Cook for about two minutes. Turn the ribs over, brush with more barbecue sauce and cook for 2 more minutes. Repeat the same thing once more and remove the ribs from the grill.

Put the ribs into a serving dish and garnish with coriander. You can have coleslaw on the side. Either corn on the cob or grilled vegetables would be a great accompaniment. Have sweet potatoes or salads as your fourth of July appetizers. Most importantly, have fun and enjoy this fourth of July!

This fourth of July barbecue article may be freely reprinted or distributed in its entirety in any ezine, newsletter, blog or website. The author's name, bio and website links must remain intact and be included with every reproduction.

Julia Hayes is a freelance writer with a passion for ecards and getting connected with people through blogs and social networks. She writes blogs on Fourth of July Wishes and Ecards .

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