Kansas City’s barbecue sauce is tomato-based, thick, sweet and smoky. These Kansas City-style spareribs are a perfect example of that style of barbecue.
Although subtle in flavor, the citrus glaze compliments the bold flavor of beef with a refreshing finish. Add sugar for a sweeter sauce or more cayenne pepper to kick up the heat a notch.
When it comes to beef, we can stretch the flavor spectrum with more vibrant ingredients without losing the flavor of the meat itself. These ribs with coffee adobo sauce is a great example of that.
These Mexican short ribs just can’t be beat! Mesquite smoke, cumin, cilantro and a little Jalapeno heat all come together with the robust flavor of beef for some great lip-smackin’ ribs. Side dishes not required!
The greatest dish from the grill, in my opinion is Galbi. Beef short ribs thinly butterflied and marinated with Asian pear and sesame oil. I needed a Korean barbecue fix, so here’s my speedy version.
This recipe takes advantage of the hearty flavor of beef and kicks it up a notch by cooking it in a dark beer. These Beer-B-Q ribs are reminiscent of German style cooking.