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Beef, good. Easy, good. Delicious, good. While the marinading of this sweet, delicious dish needs to be done well in advance, and the grilling itself may take some time, the actual work needed done for this recipe is as simple as pie. Actually, even simpler than pie. Just pour ingredients into bag, then put the meat on grill. Flip once and you’re done! It’s that simple. A great recipe for the end of the summer! Bon appétit.
Spare Me the Prep-Time Ribs
Prep time: 2 minutes • Marinade Time: 12-24 hours • Cook time: 90 minutes • Yields 4-5 servings
2 lbs. BBQ Beef (Spare) Ribs
32 oz jar Sweet & Sour Duck Sauce
1 Zip-lock “Freezer” Bag
The night before you are grilling, place the ribs into a plastic zip lock back. Pour the jar of duck sauce over them and place them into the fridge to marinate.
When you are ready to grill, heat your grill to a medium-low fire (around 225 degrees). When it is ready, take the ribs from the marinade, shaking as much excess off the ribs as possible, and place on the grill. Cover and cook for 30-45 minutes on either side.
Pour the excess duck sauce into a sauce pan and bring to a boil in order to cook away any bacteria left by the meat.
When the meat is done, place it into a pan (or on a plate) and pour the boiled, extra marinade back over the ribs.
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