This is one of those rare recipes that makes you do a happy dance after you taste it! I was shown this recipe by a foodie friend named Michelle Conner!
She found this recipe in an old 1979 cookbook put out by the American Martyrs Catholic church in Manhattan Beach, Ca....called 'Recipes and Remembrances'.
I loved that this rib recipe had one unique ingredient...strained peaches baby food! I also loved that it is totally cooked in the oven! I did a very slight tweak by adding more garlic and omitting the ginger. But I'm writing the recipe the original way and showing my changes in red.
This rib sauce is so very tasty...I wanted to just drink it as soon as I tasted it! This sauce would be great if you wanted to use it just as a barbecue sauce! All you would need to do is cook it down on the stovetop to thicken it slightly! My hubby and I were licking our fingers clean as we ate these ribs. The sauce thicken up nicely as it baked on the ribs! It was so fruity, tangy, sweet and savory! I loved how easy this was to make and my hubby loved that he didn't have to turn on the barbecue!
Thank you Michelle Conner for this amazingly tasty rib recipe!