Yield: 1 Servings
|1 cup||Clover honey|
|1 cup||Yellow mustard|
|½ cup||BBQ sauce|
Put the honey in a stainless steel container and put it into the pit for about 1½ hours, stirring occasionally. The honey takes on a nice, smokey flavor. Then remove it from the pit and add an equal amount of yellow mustard to the honey, followed by a half a cup of BBQ sauce, and two tablespoons of butter. Heat and stir until butter melts and ingredients are mixed well.
Then with a good paint brush style basting brush, coat the ribs liberally as they come out of the pit. They're hot enough to melt the mixture forming a nice, sweet & tangy glaze.
Recipe by: Rock McNelly <RockMc@...> Posted to bbq-digest Volume 98 Issue 004 by RockMc <RockMc@...> on Jan 2, 1998