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Worlds Best Barbecue Ribs Recipe For You

Updated on April 1, 2013
Here I am not only going to tell you how to make the worlds best barbecue ribs but I am also going to share the recipes for the delicious slaw and potatoes to go along with your ribs.
Here I am not only going to tell you how to make the worlds best barbecue ribs but I am also going to share the recipes for the delicious slaw and potatoes to go along with your ribs.

Worlds Best Barbecue Ribs

Have you ever had barbecue ribs that were so delicious you couldn't stop eating them and so tender they just fell apart. Well I'm going to tell you exactly how to prepare the best barbecue ribs you will ever eat. I use racks of pork ribs for my recipe and you want the ribs trimmed of any excess fat. You will want half of a rack of ribs for each adult. And here is one of the secrets of preparing the worlds best barbecue ribs.

First of all you must remove the silver membrane skin from the back of the ribs. See the video below about exactly how to do this. It's very important to remove this skin from your ribs.

And you want to cook your ribs over low heat for several hours so they will be fall off the bone tender. I suggest if your using charcoal that you start your fire an hour or so before you need it so your fire will be at the right temperature when you get ready to cook. If your using propane you will want it at low to medium heat. We use the below barbecue basting sauce for our pork ribs and they turn out wonderful.

Barbecue Basting Sauce

To make a basic barbecue basting sauce you will want to follow the below recipe.

1. 2 Cups Margarine.

2. 8 Tablespoons Lemon Juice.

3. 2 Tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce.

4. 2 Cups Chicken Stock.

5. 2 Teaspoons Sea Salt.

6. 2 Teaspoons Black Pepper.

7. 2 Teaspoons Ground Cayenne Pepper.

8. 4 Cups Fine Diced Tomatoes.

9. 1 6 Ounce Can Tomato Paste.

10. 1 Cup Brown Sugar.

Place all your ingredients into a large stock pot and cook for two hours on low heat. Place your racks of ribs on a pre-heated grill and in the last hour of cooking time start to brush on the above barbecue sauce. You will need one half of a rack of ribs for each adult. You can heat up some of your barbecue sauce and serve it on the side to go with your cooked ribs.

Southern Cole Slaw.

You want to start off with finely shredded cabbage for this recipe. For this recipe you will need.

1. 4 Cups Finely Shredded Cabbage.

2. 1 Cup Fine Diced Chives.

3. 2 Tablespoons Salt.

4. 2 Tablespoons White Pepper.

5. 1 Large Sweet Purple Onion Diced Fine.

6. 2 Tablespoons White Vinegar.

7. 1 Cup Mayonnaise.

8. 4 Small Peeled Carrots Shredded Fine.

Mix all your ingredients together and chill in a plastic container with lid for at least 4-6 hours before you serve with your barbecue ribs. This is an oh so wonderful slaw recipe.

Oven Roasted Jalapeno Potatoes

You will want to start out with 8-10 large potatoes. Slice your potatoes up into thin slices. Slice up and dice two large jalapenos. Now toss your potatoes and peppers with 1 Cup of Olive Oil , 1 Teaspoon Sea Salt , and 1 Teaspoon White Pepper.

Some people like to add a cup of thin sliced sweet onion to this recipe.

Bake your potatoes in a large baking pan or casserole dish you have sprayed well with vegetable cooking spray. Bake in a pre-heated 375 degree oven for one hour until your potatoes are brown and tender.

I think you will find that these barbecue ribs with the southern cole slaw and jalapeno potatoes will be one of the best meals you will ever eat.

Be sure to post a comment below and let me know what you think please.

Did you make the recipes on this page. If so please post a comment.

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      Bob 7 years ago

      Recipe sounds awesome but really impressed with the way of removing the membrane. Duh, always wondered if there was an easy way to do it. I have certainly tried the wrong way a few times.


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      Granny's House 7 years ago from Older and Hopefully Wiser Time

      My husband will love this hub. I will bookmark and rate up. Thanks for the recipes.

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      Michael Adams1959 7 years ago from Wherever God leads us.

      you're tickling my fancy here. my wife and I compete in KCB contests and love our pork1