Total TimePrep: 25 min. + cooling Cook: 4 hours
These are easy to make and taste delicious. The meat is fall off the bone tender. I sometimes add about 1/4 c of apricot or peach jam to the bbq sauce. I've made these many times.
I make these just as the recipe states and they come out great! My husband and I really like them. I them at least once every two weeks, easy meal and delicious!
The directions are backwards here. Slow cook them first with water and seasoning. Then broiling part comes last after you have brushed on the BBQ sauce, I'm sure that's why one reviewer said her sauce was like gravy.
I skipped the broiling part and cooked on low for 8 hours. Just added a bit of water at first, no onions (husband dislikes them), then sauce the last two hours. Not too bad!
These ribs are fabulous! Great flavor, easy to make and so tender! Next time I will try the country ribs as another reviewer mentioned. Great recipe!
It just needed more flavor for me. Sauce was more like a gravy.
This was really good. Didn't have spareribs but used country style ribs instead and they were delicious!
This is okay for when you have a craving for ribs but don't have the time to cook them on the grill. It was not fall off the bone and according to my husband they were too "onioney". I enjoyed the leftovers for work though. Next time I think I need a sweeter sauce to combat the onions.
This recipe is perfect if you don't have a full day to wait for ribs to cook. Very simple too. The meat doesn't fall of the bones, but it's pretty close!