meat dish

Dr. Pepper Ribs

Have you ever desired to eat the same dish with a twist?  Oh sure the ribs are delicious with the BBQ sauce but what if you decided to try the ribs a different way.  I suggest the Dr. Pepper ribs.  Which is a great meal for any day or for the Football Super Bowl Sunday February 2, 2020. You have plenty of time to practice to serve a yum meal.

When my friend first introduced me to the Dr. Pepper soda ribs several years ago at first I thought the idea was peculiar.  However, after I ate the ribs and ate one bite after another of the tender soft ribs meat, I was a Dr. Pepper ribs eater for sure.  The best thing about ribs is that you can get beef ribs or pork ribs, plus you can get ribs with bone or boneless.   The ribs I ate were cooked in the oven with a bit of salt and pepper then a couple of cans of Dr. Pepper soda poured over the ribs and covered.   You can also just add one can, or a 20 oz bottle or a liter of Dr. Pepper soda.  The amount of Dr. Pepper soda is up to you.  The ribs were cooked at 325 degrees in the oven for about 3 hours.  The result was some of the best ribs I have tasted.  The slow cooker is also another way to cook  Dr. Pepper ribs. 

Regardless of how you decided to cook your Dr. Pepper ribs, I think you will enjoy the end result.  You might be thinking the same thing that I thought when I first heard about the Dr. Pepper ribs and that is that they might be too sweet for your meat taste.  However,  my licking my fingers for the Dr. Pepper ribs sauce proved me wrong and the Dr. Pepper ribs were not too sweet.  For a side dish we had double starches of potato salad along with macaroni and cheese.