Hello, honey! It's in the sauce that goes on this honey barbecue beef rib recipe. Grill 'em up in a few hours and enjoy a couple of slabs of these tender back ribs tonight for supper.
Begin by pre-heating the grill. Set it up for indirect grilling at a medium heat of between 250º-275ºF.
Prepare and Begin Grilling the Ribs
(for one or two slabs of beef back ribs)
First, prep the ribs, then divide the slab into individual ribs. Season them with just a bit of salt and pepper. Place the ribs into the grill and cook for two hours. While the ribs are cooking, make the bbq sauce.
All Honeyed Up Barbecue SauceTo make the sauce, you need...
Add the oil to a saucepan heated to medium high, add the onion and garlic, and saute until just barely beginning to brown. Add the remaining ingredients, bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Lower the heat and simmer the sauce, uncovered for 30 minutes, or until it begins to thicken. Let cool.
After The Ribs Have Grilled Four Hours...
Baste the ribs with the
sauce every 20 to 30 minutes for two more hours, or until the ribs are
tender. Keep the grill temperature close to 250ºF as you continue
basting and grilling. When done, the ribs will be covered with a sweet
coating of thickened honey barbecue sauce.
I have to tell you that these honey barbecue beef ribs are one of my favorites. The sweet and tangy sauce really makes those beef back ribs shine...in the looks and flavor departments!