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Sunday, July 15, 2012

Hapa Haole’s Barbecued Ribs

Bear River Co-op National Dutch Oven Cook-off

This is a new cook-off this year and was sponsored by the Bear River Valley Country Store in Corrine, UT. I have to say my weakness is cook-off's in Northern Utah - one I don't have to travel as far and waking my family up, on cook-off mornings is, to say the least, a nightmare. When I first heard about this it was from a friend who had stopped into the Store and saw their flyer. So again the mind starts wondering what should we cook, a friend of my told me once that Rib's always win in Utah so we thought bag the surf 'n turf and stick with something we do well and that was ribs - this is a recipe that we keep tweaking and I have to say they turned out quite nice yesterday, and smelled amazing as they were cooking. 

Hapa Haole’s Barbecued Ribs

2-4 Rack of pork ribs
Salt and Pepper ribs according to taste

Sear the ribs in oil making sure to brown on all sides. Braise in a hot Dutch Oven for 40 to 45 minutes at approximately 450 °.  Separate ribs and cover with barbecue sauce/glaze. (or leave as a whole rack)  Bake for approx. 2 hours until desired doneness.

Hapa Haole  BBQ sauce

2 Cup Soy Sauce
¼ Cup Vinegar
1 Cup Ketchup
1-2 cloves of garlic
¾ to 1 Cup honey
½ Tablespoon salt
Pepper to taste
½ Cup finely chopped onion
1 teaspoon Cholula
1¼ Cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon Cayenne pepper

Place in a Dutch oven and simmer for 30-45 minutes. Stirring occasionally. Set aside to cook and thicken.  10-12 briquettes.

You can make these in your oven as well as your BBQ just mop them as the cook and let the sauce glaze them making them sweet and tangy.

Have fun Cookin'

1 comment:

  1. sometimes it is wise to listen to your friends ................


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