"For an exotic treat that gives you a feel of the 'islands,' try these hot and spicy ribs, graced with the fragrance of guava." — McCormick® & Company
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pork baby back ribs
Let's put it this way I went back for more, (eating in another room) and they were all gone.
Awesome! The flavor is perfect. I would warn though, steamed ribs smell terrible! They don't really start to smell good until they start the second cooking (broiling).
I did not have Seasoned Salt, so I used Tony Chchere's Creole seasoning, with excellent results.
This was delicious. I used guava paste and let them sit in the refrigerator all day. Very sweet but still spicy. I'll definitely be addint this to my recipe box.
I give the glaze a 5 but I want to try it on another cut of meat. It did not do it justice somehow.
Tried this one ribs yesterday and it's definately a keeper. I'm looking for more recipes with guava or quince but unfortunately not coming up with much. Thanks for this great recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hot Tempered Baby Back Ribs with Sweet Guava Glaze
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 815
** Calories from Fat: 398
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