Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Bar-B-Que Spareribs


Hungry for some oooey, goooey fall off the bone, dripping with sauce spareribs?? Here's a recipe for you to try. I made these on Sunday for my family and boy o boy, were they delicious. They are a bit different than the BBQ Spareribs you might be familiar with from the great ribs restaurants. These are the kind that have a taste that reminds you of something that only your mom makes. A taste that you have grown up with. A taste that you crave. Mmmmm......delicious.

Start with a full rack of pork spareribs. Cut and rearrange to fit in the pan. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Be generous. Slice an onion and separate the slices into rings. Arrange the rings over the top of the ribs. Sprinkle with brown sugar.


Combine the sauce ingredients and pour over the top. Looks good already!


Bake at 350 for a few hours and what do you get? You get some really saucy, sweet and sticky, fall off the bone tender fabulous ribs. Easy and delicious!
This recipe is in the Worldwide Ward Secret Recipes Cookbook and was submitted by Lynne Fisher from Redlands, California.


She says, "Back when Primary was during the week after school, my mother would put these ribs, potatoes and squash in the oven to bake while we were all at Primary and Dad was at work. By the time we all got back at home, dinner was ready and we could sit right down and eat.  Think the secret to this recipe is the cinnamon and chili powder. I was surprised to find them in the recipe when I got the recipe from my mother when I wanted to serve Bar-B-Que Spareribs to my family of 8 boys."

Here is her recipe!

Bar-B-Que Spareribs

5-6 lb. spareribs
salt and pepper
1 onion, sliced
1 C. packed brown sugar
2  10.75-oz. cans tomato soup
1 8-oz. can tomato sauce
1/4 C. vinegar
1 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
3/4 C. water
2 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. chili powder

Place meat in 9 x 13-inch pan; salt and pepper.  Place onion on top and sprinkle brown sugar over top.  Combine soup, sauce, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, water, cinnamon and chili powder together and heat just until warm.  Pour over meat and bake at 350 degrees for 3-4 hours. 6 servings.

Thank you, Lynne!!

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