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Barbecued Ribs
with Root Beer Barbecue Sauce

   

2 racks (6.5 pounds/ 3 kg) pork spareribs
1/2 cup/ 125 mL cider vinegar
2 tbsp/ 30 mL Onion Granules
2 tsp/ 10 mL Garlic Granules
2 tsp/ 10 mL Black Pepper
1 tsp/ 5 mL Sea Salt, or as desired
2 tbsp/ 30 mL Original Barbecue or Mesquite Barbecue Sauce Concentrate
Water

Root Beer Barbecue Sauce

2/3 cup/ 60 mL Original Barbecue or Mesquite Barbecue Sauce Concentrate
1-1/3 cups/ 320 mL ketchup
2 tsp/ 10 mL Root Beer Flavor
1/2 tsp/ 2.5 mL Ginger
1/4 tsp/ 1.2 mL Allspice

Combine first seven ingredients (inc. ribs) in large kettle or Dutch oven; cover with water. Bring to a boil; reduce heat, cover and simmer for 1-1/2 hours; drain. (Can be made ahead to this point. Cool, cover and refrigerate until 1 hour before broiling or grilling.) Combine sauce ingredients in bowl and have ready to baste meat.  

To Grill:  Cut ribs into 2-rib portions and arrange on grill or broiler rack.  Grill ribs 10 minutes, turning once.  Baste with barbecue sauce; grill 5 minutes. Turn and baste again with sauce; grill 5 minutes more.

To Broil:  Broil ribs about 7 to 9 inches from heat for 20 minutes or until heated through, brushing with barbecue sauce occasionally and turning once.

Serve any remaining barbecue sauce with ribs.  Makes 8 servings.


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