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    Ok, this sounds weird but it's good...

    1 cup catsup
    1 can regular cola

    Just put that and your ribs in a large pot and cook until the sauce reduces and gets really thick. Turn the ribs occasionally. When it starts to thicken, keep an eye on it because it will reduce and burn fast after that.

    The end.

    If you're on a diet, Diet Rite cola (made with Splenda) works great too... Don't use cola sweetened with NutraSweet.

  • #2
    Well Jak, it does sound weird! But I'll bet it's good. If you didn't see the "Coca Cola Pork Chops" recipe, check it out here



    • #3
      I knew someone who would pour a can a Pepsi over her roasts before roasting them so it's not as weird as you would think. It would seem that colas are quite useful as a cooking marinade. Anyway, it sounds great Jak.


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