These ribs are amazing with a few changes!!! I rated it 4 stars for the base recipe.but with the changes it's 10 stars!!! I used 2 cups BBQ sauce, 3/4 cups ketchup, and 1/4 cup siracha sauce instead of the ketchup and chili. Then I added 1/4 cup packed brown sugar, about 2-3 tablespoons of molasses, used a mix of white and red wine vinegar, 1 teas oregano, 2 teas Worcestershire sauce, 10 dashes chalula hot sauce, AND added 1 teas chile powder,2 teas garlic powder, 1 teas onion powder, , dash ground red pepper, 2 tablespoons honey. It made a delicious sweet and spicy BBQ sauce!!! I let it cook on low for 6 hours (could have gone a little less even, it was falling off the bone, but was still able to be taken out of the crockpot) and then switched it to warm for another hour until my hubby got home. When we were ready to eat, I preheated the oven to 350 degrees , put the ribs on a foil lined baking sheet, skimmed the fat off the top of the BBQ sauce , slathered on a generous portion on the ribs and baked for 20 minutes. The sauce stuck to the ribs and tasted soooooo delicious with a good amount of heat and sweetness. They were the best ribs I've ever had that weren't smoked. And definitely restaurant quality!! With those changes and additions the ribs were out of this world tender, falling off the bone and amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!
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These ribs are amazing with a few changes!!! I rated it 4 stars for the base recipe.but with...