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Pomegranate Barbecue Sauce
Mar 15th, 2005

I've got this bottle of Pomegranate Molasses in my fridge and I've been looking for things to do with it, as I've only used it in one recipe so far (Salmon with Pomegranate Molasses).

So I perked up my ears (if that metaphor works at the computer) when I saw this recipe for Pomegranate Barbecue Sauce posted on the blog Cooking with Amy. She suggests trying it with country style pork ribs by boiling the ribs for 30 minutes and then baking with the barbecue sauce for 20 minutes at 400 degrees. I thought it might work to just dump the ribs and the sauce in the crockpot and let them do their thing. That didn't turn out so well as the ribs are quite fatty and made a greasy soupy mess, and the sauce never got a chance to get all gooey and caramelized. But the sauce is good, and I will definitely try it again in the oven, either on ribs or chicken.


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