Thursday, March 25, 2010

Barbecue Neck bone Sammich

Yes I eat swine. Don't hate. In fact I was just thinking about the fact that you can buy chicken broth, beef broth, Veggie broth, seafood stock in the grocery store but I have never seen pork broth!!!??? WHY? If my wife wasn't such a kind and gentle soul she might say something like: 'We were never able to get your bath water hot enough to make pork broth' Bless her heart. Anyway, here's a recipe for barbecued neck bones for all those people out there who dare not spend 12.00 dollars for a rack of ribs, but are still jonesing for the swine.

Get a large pack of meaty neck bones from SAVE A LOT or WALLY WORLD. I like to rinse them off with some vinegar and cold water (use white vinegar to clean)

marinade the neck bones in some apple cider vinegar and apple juice. You can also add crushed red pepper, minced garlic, teriyaki sauce, and some Ms. Dash. Let that marinade as long as you can stand it. I meant to say a couple hours or over night.

Before baking in the oven pour marinade off the meat and discard the marinade not the meat. I hear you, don't hate. Put neck bones in a baking pan with the bone side down. Add some chicken broth and a little more apple juice just to cover the bottom of the pan. Add dry seasonings of your choice (watch the salt though I've been told it's bad for you) and your favorite barbecue sauce. Bake in a 350 degree oven until cooked through and you can't stand the deliciousness any longer. No you really can't make a sandwich out of this, but who really cares???


liz medina said...

This is funny i am def going to try this recipe i also cook my neck bones in the slow cooker it makes a delisious gravy that i poor over home made mashed potatos :)

Adabu said...

Thank you

Ta Quala said...

Sounds yummy, but I have no applejuice. What other substitute or variation can I use?

Adabu said...

You can use wine, cider vinegar, rice wine vinegar, broth or just plain water