Spare Rib Marinade

Spare Rib Marinade Recipe

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Spare Rib Marinade Recipe

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Serves: 1


Calories: 255
Carbs: 59 g
Fat: 1 g
Protein: 0 g

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  1. In a mixing bowl, mix together brown sugar, tomato sauce soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, rum, cbilli sauce, garlic, mustard, and pepper. Coat spare ribs, or pork ribs, steak or you favorite meat cut and grill to perfection.Eds Note You can also use this spare rib marinade as an overnight steak marinade.

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Cilistan Rouse
I love home cooking and always treat my wife to a barbecue over weekends. I am quite happy that I discovered this pork rib marinade. I have tried so many other rib marinades I lost count, but this is definitely the best rib marinade I have ever tried. Delicious. 5.00

Nellie Horlick
Perfect spare rib marinade recipe. You can also use sherry as an alternative to the rum, but I must admit, something in the rum makes the pork ribs tender and juicy. 🥩🥩 5.00

Sandra Mondieur
This spare rib marinade recipe is ultra delicious. I use the same marinade for anything we barbecue or with grilled meats. Fantastic recipe. The best by far. 5.00


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