Looking for a good rib glaze

Discussion in 'Sauces, Rubs & Marinades' started by bignick, Apr 2, 2009.

  1. bignick

    bignick Meat Mopper

    I love my dry ribs, but looking to change it up a bit. I don't want to just mop sauce on them, was looking for something a bit thinner. I found this recipe on another site:

    Heres a rib glaze that I have been working on that I hope you will give a try. I am liking it a lot and find it a nice change from dry or sauced ribs.

    1/3 cup honey
    1/4 BBQ sauce
    1/4 apple juice
    1/8 cup cider vinegar
    1/8 cup bourbon

    Combine ingredients and wisk together well. Paint on ribs every 10 to 15 minutes during the last hour of cooking for a nice shiny glaze.

    Does anyone else have any glaze recipes that they would like to share?
    Thanks,
    Nick
     
  2. tasunkawitko

    tasunkawitko Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    best things i've ever seen is 1/3 cup of cider vinegar, 1/3 cup of plain yellow mustard and 1/3 cup of brown sugar mixed together.

    heat in a saucepan until well-blended and dissolved, then set aside, covered.

    brush on ribs just a minute or two before they come off the grate, then again the moment they come off the grate. puts a deep, dark-red crackle on them and it tastes great! - be careful just to get a thin glaze on, don't goop it on.

    have also heard of people glazing on straight honey just before they pull the ribs. sounds good, but i ahve never tried it since i ahve found the recipe above to be SOOOO good. here's a look at the results:

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  3. smokebuzz

    smokebuzz Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    I just use a sweet bbq sauce that i have made, thicken it a bit.[​IMG]


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  4. travcoman45

    travcoman45 Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    1/2 melted butter
    1/2 honey
    brush on as soon as they come outa the smoker an wait bout 30 minutes.
     
  5. pinkmeat

    pinkmeat Smoking Fanatic

    I think the one I have been using with rave reviews is....

    (I will verify this weekend...one thing is half part, can't quite remember which)

    1 part brown sugar
    1 part honey mustard
    1/2 part apple cider vinegar

    reduce in small pan on the stove, then brush on right before you pull the ribs off the smoker for a nice glaze. I like this better than any bbq sauce now.
     
  6. bbq engineer

    bbq engineer Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Take a look at this website and this glaze. I just love it.

    http://www.amazingribs.com/recipes/p...pig_candy.html

    It is a concentrated apple juice and maple syrup glaze with some of your rub, hot sauce, and apple juice and rib drippings from the foil. It is so good that I load up a side bottle of this for people to drizzle on their ribs as well. It is really good.

    The website is pretty good as well...while you are there take a look around.
     
  7. alx

    alx Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Only thing i do different is "set" glaze on smoker and add some of my bbq sauce.
     
  8. bassman

    bassman Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

  9. bigbaldbbq

    bigbaldbbq Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    1 cup favorite BBQ sauce
    1/4 cup honey

    Glaze on ribs. Good to go!
     
  10. gooose53

    gooose53 Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    I've done this one too.....and everyone said they were the best ribs I've ever done! Highly recommend!!
     
  11. jamesb

    jamesb Smoking Fanatic

    If I glaze, I use something silimar to Danny Gaulden's rib glaze. Basically equal parts brown sugar, yellow mustard and apple cider vinegar... You can change the ratios to your tastes, but they come out pretty good.
     
  12. cajunsmoke13

    cajunsmoke13 Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Big Nick,
    Any chance of getting your dry rub recipe? I like Head Country BBQ sauce and some honey on my ribs.
     
  13. bignick

    bignick Meat Mopper

    I have been so friggin busy with this new job that I am just now getting back to this (guess I can't complain that I am employeed considering the job market)...haven't had a chance to fire up the smoker until this weekend. We are doing Mother's day early this year, cuz mom 'n' nem are going on a cruise next week and won't be here.

    Thanks for everyone who gave me suggestions. It will be hard to pick which one I will use, they all look really good. Gonna do some pulled pork as well.

    Adios Amigos
     
  14. linescum

    linescum Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

  15. rivet

    rivet Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Good Grief folks, you all have some daggone good glazes! Yowza!

    Note to myself- MAKE RIBS.

    Thanks for sharing, and points to BigNick for starting.
     
  16. tn_bbq

    tn_bbq Smoking Fanatic

    Your favorite jelly + BBQ sauce

    Lots of sugar, so be careful and don't burn em.
     
  17. travcoman45

    travcoman45 Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    50% real unsalted butter melted - 50% Honey. Mix well spread on as soon as the come outa the smoker an let em sit fer 1/2 hour. Easy an super tastey!
     
  18. bignick

    bignick Meat Mopper

    Looks like I will be using this one. Thanks for all the input. My butt has plataued at 151 and the ribs are sitting on the counter getting ready to go in about 15 minutes. The ole lady took the camera with her to NYC, so no Q view this time. Sorry guys n' gals. Its been raining for two days here in Memphis, but the smoke's still rollin! The beer got popped a lil early today, so it should be an interesting family gathering!
     
  19. solaryellow

    solaryellow Limited Mod Group Lead

    Sorry to dig up an old thread but this was the glaze I used this weekend and the wow factor was high. I only brushed it on twice and that was every 30 minutes but it worked its magic. Next time I may go with a little less cider vinegar. The bbq sauce I used was Sweetbaby Rays.

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  20. bignick

    bignick Meat Mopper

    I don't even remember starting this thread.  I just did a search for "rib glaze" and #1 was a thread I started last year.  I'm going with the mustard, brown sugar, cider vinegar in equal parts and give that a whorl.
     

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