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There is nothing better on a Saturday night than to be outside with the family grillin’ up a feast.
In our home, nights like these bring everyone just a little bit closer. The kids run around playing soccer or chasing each other with their water guns, my husband has music playing, and I’m usually enjoying a small
glass bottle of wine. And when we are lucky enough, we are blessed with the company of good friends and family.
Nights like these remind me of just how wonderful all the small things in life are. Even the muddy clothes and that sink full of dishes that I will dread tomorrow are a few of those small things that one day my home will long for. For now, those piles of mess mean wonderful memories were made. So what better to do than to throw some deliciously sticky barbecue ribs on the grill and enjoy a beautiful weekend night!
My favorite thing about these ribs is that they are super easy to make. They don’t require many ingredients. In fact, most of them you probably already have on hand- I know that I usually do! Even prepping them is quite simple, all you have to do is measure out each ingredient and mix them together until the beer and barbecue sauce combine well. By the time you do this, the seasonings have mixed right into the sauce perfectly.
This makes what may seem like an abundant amount of marinade for one rack of ribs. That may seem so, but half of that you want to put aside for basting. The other half you will place in a bowl or a ziplock bag along with the ribs (which you have cut apart between the bones). Shake and stir until your ribs are well coated in the sauce and refrigerate.
The trick is to give them plenty of time to marinate.
Personally, I like to let them soak overnight to really absorb all of that delicious flavor. However giving them even an hour to refrigerate in the marinade will do.
Once they are marinated to your liking and your grill is prepared you can throw these delicious beauties on and grab that extra half of the sauce you saved for basting.
We like to cook the ribs over the flame at first to give them a beautiful charred color and then remove them from the direct fire to finish cooking. Every few minutes they are basted and flipped. We repeat this process until most of the basting sauce is gone. Just don’t forget to save some for the final product and give them one last good basting!
These are most enjoyed right off the grill, but I promise you they will be delicious for days!
Deliciously Sticky BBQ Ribs
These ribs are super easy to make and they don’t require many ingredients. The perfect addition to any barbecue.
- 1 Rack Ribs We like Pork Spareribs
- 3 C Bbq sauce of choice
- 3/4 C Beer We use Tecate
- 1 Tbsp Pepper
- 2 tsp Salt
- 1 Tbsp Garlic Powder
- 1 tsp Onion Powder
Cut ribs apart in between bones.
Combine all ingredients in a bowl.
Mix until beer & barbecue sauce have mixed well together.
Separate the marinade in half (one will be for basting & the other for the marinade).
With the half for marinading, pour over ribs.
Place inside the refrigerator for at least an hour.
To cook, place on grill meat side down over direct flame.
Once charred, baste, flip, & remove from direct fire.
Continuing basting & flipping every few minutes until fully cooked.
Remove from grill & baste one last time for the perfect glaze.