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  • Henrik
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    • Jul 2014
    • 4311
    • Stockholm, Sweden

    Iberico Ribs with a Dr Pepper Glaze

    Forgive me, for I have sinned. I smoked some crazy delicious ribs that will turn even the most faithful to a heathen

    So, Dr Pepper, this very artificial drink. What to do with it? Well, a tasty glaze was what I had in mind, so that's what I did. I smoked some Iberico Ribs, you know those meaty, tasty, fatty, rich and just loaded with flavor ribs? Yup.

    Fired up my kettle, added oak wood chunks for flavor and smoked those sunsabitches at 130° C for 5 hours. After 3 hours, when I had the bark I wanted, I started slathering on that Dr Pepper glaze. I kept going until I ran out of sauce. Man, this was a home run! Super tasty, rich, fingerlickin' good!

    Dr Pepper Glaze
    • 14 tbsp Dr Pepper (that's 2 deciliters for us Metric folks)
    • 7 tbsp ketchup (1 deciliter)
    • 4 tbsp golden syrup
    • 1 tbsp Dijon mustard
    • 2 tbsp Worchestershire sauce
    • 2 tbsp soy sauce

    Add ingredients to a pan, let it simmer for 30 minutes. Cool off.


    Here are the ribs, as nature made 'em

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    And the rub applied

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    And here's the final slather of that saucy goodness

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    I'm gonna add this to my bbq cooking class repertoire, just ridiciulously tasty.

    Last edited by Henrik; August 21, 2020, 05:22 AM.
  • smokin fool
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    • Apr 2019
    • 1777
    • Mississauga, Ont

    #2
    Try this next time we do wibs
    I tend to use root beer more in my smoking recipes
    Plus the kids swill down the Dr Pepper whenever we buy it

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    • Elton's BBQ
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      #3
      Looks really Grand Henrik

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      • Henrik
        Henrik commented
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        Thanks Kjetil!
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      #4
      Th flavor profiles of both Dr. Pepper an root beer are both excellent in sauces...

      Btw, trust me on this: Try Jack Black with some Barq’s, or A&W...
      Also, enjoy a Dr. Pepper mixed with yer fave spiced rum...

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      • Henrik
        Henrik commented
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        Now we’re talkin’! Haven’t tried Dr Pepper in a drink (yet), what would your recommendation be for a ‘first timer’? I do have rhum around, love it, think the sweetness levels should match well.

      • barelfly
        barelfly commented
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        Barq’s root beer! I could always count on my grandpa having Barqs in the fridge when i went to visit. Always. He knew I loved that stuff!

      • marshall
        marshall commented
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        Henrik give captain Morgan spiced rum a try with dr. Pepper! I mix mine 50/50
    • barelfly
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      • New Mexico

      #5
      Dr. Pepper! I haven’t had a Dr. Pepper in years. A story no one really want’s to hear, but I had a t-shirt when I was kid that said “I’m a Pepper - Dr. Pepper”. wore it constantly.

      Anyways, I’ve got three separate racks of SLRs in the freezer, I cook a rack at a time for the three of us and will have to try this. My son will be giddy I’m sure, since that means we will have some soda in the house.

      THanks for the recipe!

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      • Henrik
        Henrik commented
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        Cool. You're most welcome!
    • PaynTrain
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      #6
      Henrik These look amazing, and I am going to try asap. On the Iberco side, are they really worth the extra cost? I keep trying to tell myself to try them, but I don't want them to be SOOO good that I never want to go back to regular butcher ribs!! Please advise.

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      • Henrik
        Henrik commented
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        Hmm, that's gonna be a tricky one. First off, they're (obviously) cheaper here in Europe, but I really think you need to try just one rack and see. (Yes, I realize I sound like a dope dealer trying to hook new clients, LOL!)
    • ssandy_561
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      • Apr 2015
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      #7
      One question one comment

      For us across the pond, (or maybe just me) what is golden syrup?

      I myself enjoy Southern Comfort with a splash of Dr. Pepper.

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      • BruceB
        BruceB commented
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        So that might be Karo syrup (dark and light) sold here.

      • Dewesq55
        Dewesq55 commented
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        BruceB - Karo is corn syrup. Golden syrup is cane syrup. They are similar but not the same.

      • Bkhuna
        Bkhuna commented
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        I've been attending cane grindings and syrup makings in the deep South my whole life. Cane syrup isn't golden. Cane syrup is thinner than molasses but just as dark. Golden syrup isn't to be confused with corn syrup.
    • Steve R.
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      #8
      <--- Intrigued.

      I'm definitely going to have to try this. I'm planning a rib cook next weekend anyway.

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        #9
        Henrik I just watched the video on YouTube today. It was a very nice cook. I'm shocked that you overcooked them 😉

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        • Henrik
          Henrik commented
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          They were still good, but I was tinkering around the house. A humbling smoke indeed, always a learning experience. Never relax 😄
      • Ahumadora
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        #10
        Damm those look good. I bought home a pit to do a few cooks on and ended up selling it today.
        I can't get golden syrup or Dr pepper in Argentina.
        Last edited by Ahumadora; August 21, 2020, 03:11 PM.

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        • theroc
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          #11
          Those do look good. But something about Iberico and Dr. Pepper in the same sentence......

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            #12
            I think this sounds great. But SWMBO informed me that I better not use any of her Dr. Pepper on my wibs. Maybe I can sub some Mr.Pib :-)

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