You don’t need a lot of ingredients to cook your BBQ ribs.
They’ll cook up in about 30 minutes, and you can use anything from the ground up to the ribs themselves.
But if you want to get fancy, you can add a dash of hot sauce to them for extra flavor.
It all starts with the meat.
A brisket or chuck roast will go well with this BBQ.
But here’s a recipe for a tender pork shoulder and the perfect combination for barbecue.
The ribs need to be cut thin so that the meat can be easily cut into slices.
When the ribs are cooked, they’ll be a nice, juicy little rib.
They can also be sliced for use as an appetizer or serve on their own.
I find it’s best to cook the ribs in the broiler on the stovetop to brown them, which gives them a nice sear.
You can also make a quick browning step with a little water or even just water and some butter.
Once the ribs have browned, it’s time to start cooking the sauce.
You’ll want to keep the sauce fairly low in fat so as not to make it soggy.
Mix in the garlic, pepper, salt, and pepper and mix well.
Add the ground beef and a little liquid smoke to the pan.
Cook for about 6 minutes.
After about 6-7 minutes, turn off the heat and add the pork.
Then, add the sauce, garlic, and ground beef.
Make sure the meat is browned completely, and it’s all cooked together.
Transfer to a plate and top with the barbecue spare rib.
For the sauce to be a little richer, I like to add a little more vinegar, but if you like your barbecue to be spicy, you could always add some more hot sauce.
Now, let’s get started.