Video:How to Make Honey-Chipotle Ribswith Greyson Ferguson
Using a honey-chipotle sauce is a fun and delicious way to spice up your old ribs recipe. Here's a guide on how to make honey-chipotle ribs.See Transcript
Transcript:How to Make Honey-Chipotle RibsHey guys, Greyson Ferguson here with About.com. Today we are going to make honey-chipotle ribs.
Honey-Chipotle Ribs IngredientsTo begin, you need:
Mix Spices and Bake Into RibsMix a dash of salt and pepper, the quarter teaspoon of cayenne, one teaspoon of garlic, one teaspoon of paprika, the onion powder, cumin and olive oil into a bowl. Once the mixture thickens, rub it over the ribs. If you want to trim the ribs down to a smaller size, use a pair of kitchen scissors to cut between the ribs. Place the ribs onto a baking sheet and slide into a 400 degree oven for 15 minutes. While the ribs bake, place the onions onto the bottom of a Dutch oven and sauté on low heat. Combine the rest of the ingredients into a bowl and mix.
Pour Honey-Chipotle Sauce on Ribs and Slow CookRemove the ribs from the oven and place into the Dutch oven, and then pour the sauce you just made over the top of the ribs. If you choose, you can also make this recipe in a crock pot. If you are going to be out and about during the day time, it is best to cook in a crock pot so you don't need to leave the oven on while you are away from your home. Set the oven on low heat and allow it to cook for six hours. When using a crock pot you have two different options. You can set the pot on low for six hours, or you can turn the heat up to high and allow it to cook for three hours. The slow cooking time is going to create more tender ribs, as the meat is left to simmer in the sauce for longer. After the three or six hour span, you know the ribs are done when you attempt to pick the ribs up and you see the meat pulling away from the pone. You can also use a meat thermometer and check to see if the internal temperature has reached 145 degrees. Remove the ribs from the Dutch oven or slow cooker and enjoy.
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