Re: Alabama Country Style Ribs.
- From: "Stormmee" <rgrass@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 06:30:07 -0500
dr pepper is a great basis for pork in the crock pot and for a bbq like
sauce after the fact, i would think it would be similar for the grill, Lee
"Bob Muncie" <bob.muncie@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
We tried this and liked it so much we did it again two days later.The
coke, or cola is what makes it, though you really don't taste it.
2 -3 lbs. country style boneless pork ribs, or pork butt, next time
1/2 bottle bbq sauce, Worcestershire sauce to taste (approx 3 tbsp), 1
Place ribs in a disposable foil pan. Mix Cola , BBQ sauce, and
Worcestershire in a bowl. Season and salt to your fancy and add to the
pan. I added a bit of tomato paste. The sauce should cover the meat. Set
aside to marinade. If I'm having a rare moment of organized thought I do
it the night before.
Prepare charcoal grill for indirect heating. When charcoal is hot and
emitting more heat than you want for indirect put meat on and brown
directly over the charcoal/wood. Following that cook over indirect heat
for about an hour, more or less, 1-2 hours, depending on the meat.
Then, put the meat back into the pan cover it with your sauce, put that
back on the grill, and grill at about 300F until desired degree of "pull
apart", about 1-2 hours.
Serve, with sauce over meat and on the side.
This yielded very moist pork and tasty sauce.. I think the pork cooking
in the marinade/sauce flavored it much like a stock. That flavor wasn't
wasted as it is somewhat with straight indirect cooking. This could be
done with pork butt, or any shoulder meat.
Theron - Have you varied the soda yet to see if there are differences? In
my case, I was considering doing something similar, and even though I like
coke products, I was considering the use of Dr. Pepper.
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