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Ackerman's Simple Rib Glaze


1 quart apple cider; (unfiltered)

I tried the following, simple glaze on some baby back pork ribs today. The intense apple flavor really goes well with pork. 1. Boil down the cider until you have a light syrup (about 1 / 2 cup). Don't overdo it or you'll get a hard candy which tastes great, but will permanently bond to your teeth. Don't ask how I found this out. 2. Keep syrup warm until ribs are done. 3. Brush onto ribs. Posted to the BBQ List in Nov. 1998 by Bill Ackerman - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Yield: 1 serving

Preparation Time: 0:00

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