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Sweet, tangy and messy Barbecue Ribs

You seriously can’t go wrong with this crockpot fall off the bone ribs. These barbecue ribs are slowly cooked in the crockpot all day long and are great for when friends come over for game day, potluck or an easy family dinner.

Crockpot Barbecue Ribs

Ingredients

• 3 Tbsp. paprika

• 2 Tbsp. brown sugar

• 1/4 tsp. Cayenne pepper

• 1 tsp. salt

• 1 tsp. pepper

• 4 lbs pork baby back ribs

• 3 cups BBQ sauce

Directions

1. In a small bowl combine the dry ingredients together, then rub the mixture onto both sides of the ribs. Arrange the ribs in your crock pot – stand them up against the walls with the thicker side down and the meaty side against the wall. Pour BBQ Sauce all over the ribs, cover and cook for seven hours on low. Once the seven hours is up, brown the ribs in the oven. Line a baking sheet with foil, carefully remove the ribs from the crock pot and place them bone side up on the baking sheet.

2. Remove the fat from the crock pot then pour the remaining juices from the crock pot into a small saucepan using a strainer. Bring the sauce to a boil and allow to simmer for approximately fifteen minutes. Turn on your oven’s broiler and allow it to heat up. Once the broiler is preheated, brush the sauce on the ribs and broil for five minutes, take the ribs out, turn them over and brush them with sauce, then broil them again for about five minutes. Top with remaining sauce on the side and serve with a salad.

Source Mommy”s Fabulous Finds

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Barbecue Baked Salmon

I have never tried salmon cooked in barbecue sauce before until now, as I am currently on vacation for a week visiting my Grandma. And while I am visiting I chose to cook three separate recipes this week. Tonight to start things off I prepared for my Granny this delicious barbecue baked salmon. We both loved it!!! 🙂

This recipe is SUPER easy to make, and clean-up is no different.

Barbecue Baked Salmon

Ingredients

12 oz salmon filet (Rinse and pat dry)
Salt and pepper to taste
½ C. Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce

Instructions

Preheat oven to 400 degrees

Line, a baking sheet with foil and lightly, grease it with non-stick cooking spray and put the salmon skin side down in the middle of a foil-lined pan. Season your salmon with salt and pepper then pour on your BBQ sauce covering the whole fish. (I spread mine around with a spatula and or a basting brush) Bake for twenty to thirty minutes (or until salmon is finished cooking. Add extra BBQ sauce on the side when serving.

Then the other two dishes I am cooking later this week are Honey Dijon Garlic Chicken Breasts. Lol, that recipe was the very first one I blogged about when I began my blog earlier this spring. And the other one is Chicken Alfredo. Yum! 😀

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Pulled Pork + Crockpot = Zero Work

Have you been craving for some serious barbecue lately? But evidently two words come to your mind: cooking and cleaning, then you seldom think blah forget it. If there’s a ton of work involved you certainly will not feel like doing all of the labor. Right? And don’t worry if you go through this because I admit, I occasionally do the same thing. Haha! 😀 And or is your schedule jammed packed with stuff, and you just don’t have the time to prepare it? Well then, don’t I have the perfect solution for you. 

You totally should try this super-duper easy BBQ Coca-Cola Pulled Pork recipe; it gets a five-star rating in my book because for two reasons: it almost requires no work and two it’s sweet and tangy. It will certainly hit the spot for sure!

Crockpot BBQ Coca-Cola Pulled Pork

Ingredients:

Approx. 3 lbs. Pork Tenderloin
One bottle Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Sauce 18 oz.
One can Coca-Cola 12 oz.

Optional:

½ white onion, sliced
Hamburger buns
Cheese slices
pickles

Instructions:

1. On a cutting board cut half of an onion and then cut it into slices. Next, If you are using sliced onions, first place them on the bottom of your Crockpot. Then put the Pork Tenderloin into the Crockpot.

2. Combine BBQ Sauce and Coke in a large mixing bowl and stir well.
Pour BBQ Sauce and Coke mixture over Pork, and cover Crockpot.
Cook on LOW for 6 – 7 hours, or until done.

3. Remove from Crockpot, and Shred on a cutting board using two forks.
Serve on plates or burger buns, and drizzle with extra leftover sauce from the crockpot after shredded to keep moist. Yummoelicious! 😀

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Recipe adapted from The frugal girls

Less than five ingredients

I enjoy cooking new recipes. Most of the time, I try to find ones that call for 10+ ingredients. Why you might ask??? Because I like to challenge myself to see how well I follow it. Although I admit, some of the recipes that do call for 10+ ingredients can get pretty stressful sometimes. Moreover, I too certainly love the aroma and the flavor of the variety of barbecue. My preferences are: ribs, pork, and chicken. But my most savored is chicken. And thankfully I found a recipe I seriously wanted to try, not only because it requires just two ingredients and, yes. You saw that right. It simply needs TWO INGREDIENTS. But also, because it has barbecue sauce and chicken (plus a little olive oil, salt, and pepper) – to make the crispiest, most entirely glazed, sweet, sticky, and tender barbecue baked chicken you will ever have.

If you are a barbecue chicken fan like me and occasionally find some recipes complicated due to the number of ingredients, then I recommend you giving yourself some slack for one night lol and giving this one a try. It’s finger-licking good. 😀

TWO INGREDIENT CRISPY OVEN BAKED BBQ CHICKEN

Ingredients

8-10 chicken thighs and or drumsticks (bone-in, skin on)
2 cups of your favorite barbecue sauce (I use Stubb’s BBQ sauce)
olive oil, salt, and pepper

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.

1. While the oven is preheating, prepare the chicken by getting a sheet of wax paper and put it on your kitchen counter. Rinse each breast with water then place them on the wax paper. Pat them dry until they are no longer wet and set aside. Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil. Set aside.

2. Cover the chicken on all sides with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Place the chicken skin-side down on the already prepared rimmed baking sheet. Bake for 25 minutes. Remove chicken from oven and turn the temperature of the oven up to 425 degrees.

3. Coat the top of the chicken with barbecue sauce using a basting brush. Use a spatula to flip the chicken over, being careful not to tear the skin. Baste the other side of the chicken, and place back in the oven for 7 minutes.

4. Remove from oven, baste top with barbecue sauce, and place back in oven for 7 more minutes. Remove from the oven again and baste again, and place back in oven for 7 more minutes or until chicken is crispy, parts are blackened, and it’s fully cooked.

Recommendation for step number four: Pull out the oven rack just a tad bit that you placed the baking sheet on instead of entirely removing it from the oven.

What is your favorite food to barbecue?

Thanks for reading! 🙂

Recipe adapted from Bowl of Delicious 

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