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post #21 of 34

Hey  this is Otter Try adding 1/2 Cup Of Brown Sugar with what you have I think You will be Pleased Sounds Good

post #22 of 34

Great stuff. Gosh those ribs look tasty!!!

post #23 of 34

Cider vinegar or apple cider?

post #24 of 34

I usually just put some BBQ sauce on them but I am liking some of these idea's and I will have to give some of them a try next time on my ribs.

post #25 of 34

Jeff's sauce adds a nice glaze to 'em

post #26 of 34

I use Sweet Baby Rays and the rib juices.





post #27 of 34

here is mine




post #28 of 34

T-Bones sticky apple ribs...THE best! 


I've been using this for a few years now, hubs won a back yard comp with's definitely a sweet sauce, I tweek the paprika and pepper a little bit. You won't be disappointed in this glaze...


Sticky apple ribs

For the sauce:

1/4tsp pepper
1/4tsp paprika
1/4tsp cinamon
1/4tsp garlic salt
1 cup brown sugar ( tightly packed )
1/2 cup apple sauce
1/4 cup ketchup
3 tblsp lemon juice

Mix all above ingredients and heat over low heat till smooth, refridgerate overnight ( optional )

rub down ribs with your favorite rub ,wrap and place in fridge overnight ,if using babybacks remove the membrane,place in smoker nextday and follow 3-2-1- method using apple for smoke ,spraying periodically with applejuice.
Use sauce generously (on both sides ) or to taste when foiling along with a little splash of applejuice.
Baste with sauce both sides 2 times after removing from foil, during the set-up time ( last hour ).

This will make enough sauce to do approx 6 full slabs of babybacks,and the end result should be deliciously sticky sweet apple ribs ...

post #29 of 34

Here's something I tried recently.


1/2 cup fancy molasses

1/2 cup ketchup

2 garlic cloves minced

1 1/2 tsp Dijon mustard

1 Tbsp cider vinegar.

post #30 of 34

i think that i'm going to try all of these recipes today

post #31 of 34

Great thread! Thought I would drag it back out of the dungeon.

post #32 of 34

 Simply Turbinato Sugar sprinkle on top fairly grnerously.

post #33 of 34

Some good looking glazes, great old thread!

post #34 of 34

I used the BBQ sauce recipe from the back of the French's Spicy Brown Mustard bottle with tasty results. Once the smoking was done I just slathered this BBQ Sauce on them then let them smoke for a few more min to thicken the sauce.



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