Tag: orange glaze

Sausage Ribs – Deliver A Bone-Jarring Hit to Your Football Food Lineup

Chips and dips may be fine for regular season gridiron
action, but when the playoffs roll around, and you need to go that extra yard
to score a touchdown with your guests’ taste buds, these Italian sausage-spiced
baby back ribs are a proven big game performer. 

If only I could’ve somehow
added a few more forced football references into that intro.

Sweet and succulent pork ribs are never a bad addition to
the game day buffet, but they can get predictable with the same old rubs and
sauces. Here we have all the baby back rib-y goodness you know and love, but
with the flavor profile of sweet Italian fennel sausage.

I know a lot of you wrap your ribs in foil for the initial
slow/low cooking phase, as do I, but here we’re doing them uncovered to help
achieve a slightly chewier, more toothsome texture. These are still quite
tender and juicy, but just not too soft, and falling off the bone.

These really did have a wonderful flavor, which was further
highlighted by the spicy, sweet, and tangy orange glaze. My only regret was
that I didn’t have any hotdog buns around, as I would have pulled out the
bones, and served these just like a real sausage sandwich. There’s always a
next time.

Anyway, I enjoyed all that rich and fancy holiday feasting
as much as anyone, but now all I’m craving is a couch, a cold beer, and a
simple plate of ribs…that tastes like sausage. I hope you give these a try
soon. Enjoy!

Ingredients for 2 racks of baby back ribs:
2 trimmed racks of baby back pork ribs
For the rub:
1 tbsp fennel seed, crushed fine
1 tbsp freshly ground black pepper
1 tbsp garlic salt
1 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp kosher salt
1/2 tsp cayenne or to taste
For the glaze (simmer until reduced by half):
1/3 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup orange juice
1/3 cup rice wine vinegar
2 tsp hot chili sauce or to taste
1 tbsp orange zest

– Bake ribs at 275 degrees F. for 2 1/2 to 3 hours or until
fork tender.
– Cut, coat with glaze, and finish in a hot 425 degrees F. oven
until caramelized.

The Food Wishes’ Chicken Wing Collection

Just in case you haven’t decided on a chicken wing for tomorrow’s Super Bowl party, maybe this will help. Here, for the first time, we’ve pulled together every single Food Wishes’ chicken wing recipe into one, convenient post. Enjoy!

Jerk Chicken Wings

In the spirit of full disclosure, these will be the wings I’ll be enjoying for the game.

Garlic Parm Hot Wings

If casual dinning restuarants have taught us anything, it’s that people love garlic-parm whatever.

Original Buffalo Chicken Wings

There’s no way to prove this is the original recipe, which is a probably good thing.

Clifton Springs Chicken Wings

By far, our most popular and highest-rated chicken wing recipe.

Pastrami Chicken Wings

Sure, pastrami sandwiches are awesome, but they don’t have any bones! Now, these on the other hand. 

Spicy Orange Chicken Wings

I can’t say who I stole this spicy orange glaze from, but it rhymes with “Panda Express.” 

Peanut Butter & Pepper Jelly Chicken Wings

This is no gimmick! Okay, it is, but it’s an incredibly delicious gimmick.

Sweet and Hot Mustard-Glazed Chicken Wings

Hey, there’s a reason honey-mustard is the second most popular chicken nugget sauce in the world.

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