* ribs (quartered)
* water for boiling
* 3 cups bbq sauce
* 2 squirts of honey
* 2 huge spoonfuls of orange marmalade
* a pinch of red pepper flakes (optional)
I bought a pack of ribs ($8 worth) that has been quartered by the butcher. If you buy the ones from the grocery store, I suggest you cut them in quarters so the ribs will fit in a boiling pot. BTW, I didn’t use all the ribs. I still have 4 quarter pieces n the freezer.
Put the ribs in a pot, add water, enough to cover the ribs. Put the lid on and boil for 2 hours. Make sure to check si it’s boil over and make too much mess in the stove .
While that’s boiling, add bbq sauce, orange marmalade, honey, and red pepper flakes in a bowl. Whisk them all together. Cover with a saran wrap and store in the fridge until the ribs are ready.
Once the ribs are boiled, drain the water. Preheat the oven to 365°.
Place ribs in a roasting pan. Generously brush each sides of the ribs with the orange marmalade and bbq sauce mixture. Transfer the ribs in a foil-covered sheet pan. I didn’t do this step so I had to soak the roasting pan for days to get the baked bbq sauce out. I’ve learned my lesson. Using a foil-covered pan makes cleaning up easy peasy. I should’ve known, oh well.
Bake the ribs for 35 to 40 minutes. Or grill ‘em up outside. It depends on how the weather is.
The ribs came out sweet and tangy and finger-licking good. Cut them in individual pieces once cooked of course.
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