easy to put ingredients together. Also, made sure to take off the silver (membrane) from back of bone. After combining and tasting the sauce mixture I decided to add a little honey, about 2T, eyeball it, to sweeten it a bit and take away that little bit of "zing". I then poured sauce all over the ribs, then I sealed them tightly in aluminum foil, popped them into the oven at 325 degrees for 2 1/2 to 3 hours (gas oven). The meat was so SOFT, it was falling off the bone while I was trying to pick it up. The bones were visible (sticking out from meat) to the eye and fell right off. Also, the sauce was just the right amount to cover the ribs. A sweet and slightly tangy flavor. I scooped up the sauce from the baking pan and drizzled it over my rice. I think next time I will have to make double the amount of sauce called for and use it to spoon over my ribs and rice. I also served this with corn and a side dish of potato salad. This recipe is a keeper!
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easy to put ingredients together. Also, made sure to take off the silver (membrane) from back...