Baked or Barbecued Sticky Glazed Ribs

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Looking for the best ribs recipe for your next dinner party or barbecue? Then this one for Baked or Barbecued Sticky Glazed Ribs could be well worth trying. It serves four, takes only five minutes to prepare, and just ninety minutes to make. It’s also pleasingly versatile – giving you the choice of baking it indoors or grilling it on the patio. You could even try both ways to see which tastes best.

Whether its rib recipes like this one, or hamburgers, veggie burgers, hot dogs, grilled veggies, steak, or chicken breasts, we all love to use the barbecue once in a while. There’s something about the scent of food cooking on the grill that makes our mouths start to water, reminding us of summer time fun – long days spent outside in the sun, eating our food in the open air. Most food just seems to taste better when it’s cooked and eaten outdoors. But when we are barbecuing, it’s important to take note of a few safety precautions to ensure that we’re not endangering our health or that of those around us while we are cooking. First of all, it’s imperative that you always read the manual – it can be tedious, but it’s very important to know how your particular machine works, especially if it uses propane gas. If you’re using the barbecue for this first time this season, check it over to make sure it’s in good working order. Ensure that there aren’t any blocked burners, leaky hoses, seals, or fittings. You’ll want to clean your barbecue as well. If there’s a lot of oil build-up on the burners, be sure to scrape them down. If there’s grease on the briquettes, consider replacing them to avoid any fire hazard.

Your barbecue should always be in a well-ventilated space outdoors where it sits on a level surface to avoid tipping. Keep it away from any flammable materials, as well as from windows and doorways. When you turn your barbecue on, first open the valve to turn the gas on, then turn the barbecue controls on (according to the manufacturer’s instructions), and then press the igniter switch, if it has one. Keep a safe distance away from the burners, and never lean over the barbecue while you are doing this – as the flames can sometimes come up fairly high, especially when you haven’t used it in a while. Always use utensils especially made for the barbecue as they have longer handles and are much safer to use. Heat resistant mitts can also be helpful. Finally, you should never leave your barbecue unattended. When you’re done with the barbecue, make sure you turn off the fuel valve first and let the gas burn off before turning off the burner controls.

This yummy barbecued glazed ribs recipe comes from Erren over at the Erren’s Kitchen website. If you’re looking for more delicious dinner recipe ideas, as well as ribs recipes, barbecue recipes, and home-cooked recipes made from scratch, Erren’s site is the ideal starting place.*

Nutrition Facts for: Baked or Barbecued Sticky Glazed Ribs From Erren's Kitchen
Ingredients: Spare ribs, smoked paprika, sweet paprika, garlic powder, cumin, ground black pepper, dark brown sugar, salt, tomato ketchup, soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, honey, bourbon.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings. * Per Serving:Calories 882, Calories from Fat 373, Total Fat 41.4g 64%, Saturated Fat 14.5g 72%, Cholesterol 234mg 78%, Sodium 2978mg 124%, Potassium 1078mg 31%, Carbohydrates 56.5g 19%, Dietary Fiber 3.9g 16%, Sugars 48.5g, Protein 63.4g, Vitamin A 76%, Vitamin C 19%, Calcium 13%, Iron 37%

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