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Brew House Baby Back Ribs

Brew House Baby Back Ribs recipe
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Ah, there's the rub. Hints of cocoa with a kick of cayenne, to be exact. Add a hot grill and beer-based BBQ sauce and these ribs sing.
10 min
1 hr 30 min
8 servings
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We thought this was very delcious and tasty. I did cut back on the cocoa as some recommended. I also cooked the ribs in the oven as someone else suggested except I forgot to add water, however this did not seem to make a difference. I've been looking for a good recipe for ribs and now I found it! This will be a regular in our house!
Unable to find the guinness bbq sause so I just used the regular bulls-eye. My husband is now demanding these at least 3 times a month
My husband and friends loved this recipe. I made about 5 lbs of pork rib tips and we don't have a grill so I made it in the oven. I used a square metal baking pan, lined it with foil with 2-3 inches hanging over all four sides. Then I placed the ribs in a single layer and filled the pan with water until it was ¼ inch deep all around. I rubbed the ribs with the recipe mixture, used only a little bit of cocoa like others suggested, and then folded the foil into a tent and cooked at 325 [degrees] for 1 hour. Then I unfolded the foil, brushed the ribs with barbecue sauce and cooked at 375 [degrees] for 20-30 minutes. Turned out fantastic!!! I will definitely be making this recipe again!
this was so delicious and my husband loved it will definitely make them again
could not locate flavor of barbecue sauce requested & added actual beer to reg. flavor used. Use less cocoa powder next attempt ! Very tender & yummy !!!
20 minutes for ribs? No offense but that would be awful.! 2 hours absolute minimum
yes but i would leave out cocoa or cut way back on it.
I ended up making 7 lbs of baby backs. I used about 2/3 of the cocoa powder since the other reviewers warned that the chocolate flavor was too intense. However, I doubled all the other ingredients. I cooked the ribs for and hour and a half and grilled accordingly. These came out superb. Really tender and flavorful--not fall off the bone, but certainly not tough. Tender and juicy with a great flavor through and through. A hit for our guests.
These ribs are so delicious! I couldn't find the BBQ sauce, just used what I had on hand and they were fine. I've made this numerous times and quadrupled the recipe for a big 4th of July Party and they were a big hit! I let the rub marinate on the ribs for a while (did it in the AM, cooked in the mid-afternoon) so the flavors can meld and soften the meat. Big hit in my house - we call them "chocolate ribs" - kids love them!
I made it and brought some for lunch at work and everyone wanted the recipe. It was a hit and I am getting asked to make it again.
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