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A simple glaze for ribs

BluesnBBQBluesnBBQ Posts: 615
edited 5:22AM in EggHead Forum
The last time I did ribs I decided to glaze instead of saucing them. I made up a real simple glaze. I suqirted some Sweet Baby Ray's sauce into a bowl. I added enough cider vinegar to thin it out some. Then I added a couple of dashes of tobasco and some brown sugar. I mixed it up and brushed it on the ribs during the last 30 minutes or so of cooking. It added a nice sweetness and tanginess to it and it wasn't thick like ribs that have been sauced. I'm thinking of next time using a really simple rub (like just salt, pepper and a little sugar) and adding more spices to the glaze.[p]Just yet another way to do ribs.
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