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 types of beef ribs vary and each has its own distinct flavor and texture. The Types of Beef Ribs Guide will have you cooking them up in no time
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.