Tropical Pineapple & Honey BBQ Ribs recipe, an easy ribs recipe with honey BBQ sauce, pineapple, lime, Caribbean seasoning, and cilantro.
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Great BBQ Ribs recipe for you today! Who is loving summer and all the BBQs and grilled food??? ME! How about a quick and easy spareribs recipe? This recipe is perfect for 4th of July next week or any of your summer BBQs! And did I mention it only has 6 ingredients?! Love it! Do you have a great ribs recipe? If you do, enter it in the “Dibs on my Ribs! Pork Recipe Cookoff” and you could win some great prizes! To kick-off the cookoff the sponsors also will be giving one of my readers a great prize so be sure to read on and enter in the comments section!
Do you have a great ribs recipe? Until August 12, 2012 you can enter it in the “Dibs on my Ribs! Pork Recipe Cookoff” (sponsored by the National Pork Board; Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc.; McCormick & Company, Inc.; and Kraft Foods, Inc.) or you can check out the other recipes and vote for your favorite. Two winners will each win a year supply of groceries (awarded as twelve $500 Wal-Mart gift cards) and winners will also have the opportunity to attend the Memphis in May BBQ Event in Memphis, TN. Such a great prize!! Recipes must include a minimum of three ingredients including pork spareribs, at least one McCormick spice or seasoning, and one Kraft Foods BBQ sauce (unless the recipe uses a rub, then a sauce is not required). Ribs can be made indoor or outdoor. Be sure to read the official rules at the “Dibs on my Ribs! Pork Recipe Cookoff” website for all the entry and prize information.
To kick-off the contest, the sponsors of the “Dibs on my Ribs! Pork Recipe Cookoff” are giving one lucky Snappy Gourmet reader a great grilling prize package valued at about $170 so be sure to read the rules and enter below in the comments section.
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Just to show you how easy it is to come up with a quick and fun ribs recipe, I made these delicious Tropical Pineapple & Honey BBQ Ribs recipe with only 6 ingredients!!! To start off I rubbed some McCormick Perfect Pinch Caribbean Jerk Seasoning on both sides of my ribs. Instead of buying a long list of spices and ingredients you can get it all in this one little bottle! Cover and refrigerate your ribs for at least an hour or overnight if you can.
While the ribs are in the fridge, make this quick and easy sauce. It only has 3 ingredients: Kraft Honey Barbecue Sauce, some chopped pineapple, and lime juice. No need to make a sauce with a long list of ingredients! Put everything in a blender (or food processor) and process until smooth. Cover and refrigerate until ready to use.
I grilled my ribs on indirect heat for about an hour and a half. My grill wasn’t quite big enough for actual”indirect” heat so I put my grill on very low, covered the grates with aluminum foil to help keep the heat down, then put my ribs on the top rack in my grill. If your ribs drip a lot from the top shelf, you can put some disposable aluminum pans filled with water underneath to catch some of the drippings. It worked great! Then I basted my ribs with the sauce for another 15-30 minutes turning frequently.
You could also bake the ribs in the oven or prepare the way you like your ribs. Let your ribs rest a little while so they turn out tender and juicy! I garnished my ribs with some chopped fresh cilantro and served them with the remaining BBQ sauce and a few lime wedges. My family gobbled these up!!! Hope you enjoy this BBQ ribs recipe!
Hope you enjoy!
Tropical Pineapple & Honey BBQ Ribs
- Place the ribs on large plate or baking sheet. Rub Caribbean Jerk Seasoning on both sides. Cover and refrigerate one hour or overnight.
- Place barbecue sauce, pineapple, and lime juice into blender; blend until smooth. Cover and refrigerate until ready to use.
- Preheat grill for indirect cooking. Grill ribs over indirect heat for about 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Brush barbecue sauce on both sides of pork and cook another 15 to 30 minutes basting and turning often.
- Remove pork from grill and let rest about 15 minutes. Garnish with chopped cilantro and serve with any remaining barbecue sauce.
SNAPPY TIPS: Cook pork until internal temperature is about 160 degrees F. The Caribbean Jerk Seasoning is a little spicy so adjust for personal taste.
SNAPPY SUBSTITUTIONS: Instead of lime juice you could substitute orange juice.
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