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Sweet 'n Spicy BBQ Ribs

Sweet 'n Spicy BBQ Ribs recipe
photo by:kraft
Not a rib will be spared when you mix up our brown sugar and honey sauce, with just a dash of red pepper. Sweet, spicy, and as with all good BBQ, sticky.
15 min
4 hr 15 min
4 servings
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What You Need

cup  KRAFT Original Barbecue Sauce
cup  KRAFT Hickory Smoke Barbecue Sauce
cup  packed brown sugar
tsp.  honey
tsp.  crushed red pepper
lb.  pork spareribs
Tbsp.  barbecue rub seasoning

Make It

HEAT oven to 200ºF.

MIX first 5 ingredients until blended; reserve 1/2 cup sauce.

PLACE ribs, meat-sides up, in single layer in shallow pan; rub with barbecue rub seasoning. Brush with reserved sauce; cover.

BAKE 2 hours; brush with remaining sauce. Bake, covered, 2 hours or until ribs are tender.

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Serving Suggestion
Serve with smart sides, such as your favorite steamed vegetable and a crisp mixed green salad.
Food Facts
Pork spareribs are flavorful, meaty slabs of ribs that range in size from 2 to 4 lb. per slab. Pork back ribs, also known as baby back ribs, are ribs from the pork loin section. A slab of back ribs ranges from 1-1/4 to 2-1/4 lb., and tends to be leaner and less meaty than a slab of spareribs. Similar to pork spareribs, beef back ribs are much larger than pork back ribs, yet still tender and full of flavor.

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