"Mustard based sauces are definitively South Carolina. This one will definitely satisfy your needs. This is for the big fatty ribs, not the baby backs. Do not trim the fat from the ribs. This method renders out fat and keeps ribs moist. If you do not have a smoker available, this can also be done in the oven." — Steve Watson
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fresh lemon juice
apple cider vinegar
dried minced garlic
ground black pepper
crushed red pepper flakes
barbeque seasoning, or to taste
I really enjoyed your recipe it was very tasy and a little spice and my family loves spicy foods but it wasn't over spicy I thought it was very exclent.
Dissapointing. Tasted like mustard, but not like the Carolina bbq sauces I recall. I will stick to the Carolina Treat branded bottled sauce for now.
The good bbq coming out of South Carolina uses the type sauce referred to as "old style." That is the best. There are some ketchupy sauces used in the upstate and the some commercial folks use a mustard base neither of of which should be used with pork. For the real deal, stick with "old style."
I loved the sauce! I used a coarse grain deli sauce for the mustard and it was great! For the bbq seasoning, I used Emeril's Rib Rub...the outcome was YUM! Finger-Lickin'
Super good! I'll use this recipe in my regular grilling rotation from now on! Thanks for submitting this.
The mustard overwhelmed the other flavors. I'm thinking it might have been the type of mustard I used. It was prepared hot mustard, although; I didn’t think it was hot in the least. It did however, have a very strong flavor. My husband liked this sauce, so will try this recipe again. I will use a different type of mustard, perhaps yellow, spicy brown, Dijon; any suggestions?
I was raised on Texas BBQ, but these ribs are one of the best I have ever made....I made them in the crockpot and they came out perfect cooked on high for 4 hours
Not our style.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Carolina Style Ribs
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 454
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