Shirley J BBQ Ribs


As promised, I have another giveaway to share with you today.  I have shared a recipe with you before for beef roast using Shirley J’s beef slow cooker seasoning mix.  Well the folks at Shirley J’s have been nice enough to offer their BBQ sauce mix to 3 of you.  They also sent some for me to try out and I created a yummy rib recipe with it.

I used the same method for the ribs as I shared in yesterday’s post, but seasoned the meat with the Shirley J bbq sauce mix like a dry rub.  Then I basted them with a sauce made using the same mix blended with some root beer.  The results were fabulous.

So to enter this giveaway, hop on over to Shirley J’s then come back and tell me which of their products you would like to try.  Then come back here and leave a comment of which product you want to try.  that’s it.  You have until Tuesday May 25 at 10 pm (MST) to enter.  I will announce the winner on Wednesday May 26 and notify them by email.

Shirley J BBQ Ribs

  • 1 cup water
  • 1/2 cup soy sauce
  • 3 lbs. baby back ribs
  • 1/2 cup Shirley J BBQ sauce mix, plus extra to season ribs
  • 1 1/3 cup root beer  (just a little less than a can I used the MUG brand)
  1. Season ribs with Shirley J BBQ seasoning.  You want a good even coating.  Place ribs in fridge for 2 hours.
  2. In a broiler pan, place the water and soy sauce in the bottom of the pan.  Place the insert of the boiler pan on the pan.  Your gonna create a nice steam bath for this ribs.
  3. Place ribs on the pan.  Completely cover the ribs in the pan with aluminum foil.  You want it nice and sealed to keep that steam in there.  Cook in a 200 degree preheated oven for 4-6 hours.  low and slow is the trick here folks.
  4. Meanwhile in a saucepan, combine the root beer and 1/2 cup Shirley J BBQ Sauce Mix together and simmer for five minutes.  Set aside until ribs finish in oven.
  5. Remove ribs from pan and brush all over with about 2/3 cup of  the bbq sauce.
  6. Place the ribs on a preheated grill.  We keep the temp in between high and sear.  You want to get the sauce to coat the ribs and get a little charred.  Cook for just a few minutes on each side.  Serve with remaining sauce.  Enjoy.  Serves 4.
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  • These look amazing! I posted my own BBQ ribs on my blog: http://jennysteffens.blogspot.com/2011/06/barbeque-ribs-for-4th-of-july-bbq-ribs.html

    I hope you get a chance to stop by!

    Jenny

  • These look delicious! I just saw a Pizza pasta salad that I would love to try with these Ribs. We are lucky in Florida that we have plenty of time to BBQ with our weather so I will try these. You have a good idea with the root beer. Some cooks in the south have used coke on the meats. It really adds flavor.

  • Looks delicious!!!

  • I would like to try the Pork Slow Cooker mix!

  • I’d really like to try the Pork Slow Cooker mix. I have NEVER cooked a pork roast because I’ve not really known how! And it would be a great thing to pass along to my brand-new daughter-in-law (first time I have typed that word!)

  • I would love to try the universal sauce mix. The possiblities would be endless, and I love experimenting with new dishes!

  • Laura! These looks so dang good! I don’t need to enter the contest…but man I NEED to try this recipe!

  • The pork slow cooker mix looks fabulously yummy!!

    I do use my slow cooker often, so it’s nice to be able to try something new

  • Definitely the BBQ Sauce mix. That way I don’t have to worry about keeping it refrigerated and only make as much as I need.

  • I love good Italian food, so I’d definitely want to try out the pizza & pasta seasoning! I don’t think I can ever get enough of saucy-cheesy goodness!

  • I would definately like to try the pizza & pasta seasoning!!! I am slow cooker girl so I would love to also try the pork/beef slow cooker seasoning. I would like to try a lot of them!!!

  • I would love to try their universal sauce mix! (actually I’m starting a list of many)

  • OMG all of Shirley J’s products look fabulous. I would love to try the Universal and Pizza/Pasta sauce. The Universal Cookie, Sour dough bread mix and BBQ sauce also look great! :)

  • I would be able to use it all but I would love to try the BBQ seasoning! Sounds tasty!

  • Mmmmm… I haven’t had ribs in a long time. I would love to try this recipe with the Shirley J’s BBQ Sauce mix, sounds delish!

  • I would like to try the universal sauce since it’s low cal and I love cream sauces but hate the calories. Also the pans with plastic lids look great too.

  • I like the bread mixes & and the universal sauce mix !

  • They all look yummy! I’ve heard good things about the universal sauce, so I’d love to give that a try.

  • It is a toss up between the White Chedder mix or the Beef Slow Cooker Seasoning Mix. They both sound delish but I guess I would have to pick the slow cooker mix. Just looking at their web site made me hungry!

  • I want to try the Beef Slow Cooker Seasoning Mix.

  • I would love to try the Whtie Cheddar Soup Base. Thanks!

  • Oh wow….it all sounds yummy! I’d love the pizza & pasta seasoning or maybe the sour dough bread mix :)

  • The dough enhancer sounds interesting!

  • hmmm.. I can’t decide, so I’m going to go with the universal sauce mix!

  • I could put the onion seasoning to good use!

  • I’d love to try the Honey White Bread Mix

  • I would choose the BBQ sauce mix. How convenient and it seems like you can do so much with it.

  • They all sound so yummy, but if I had to choose, I’d love to try the beef crockpot seasoning. It sounds delicious!

  • My family loves pasta and pizza so I would definately go for the Pizza and Pasta seasonings. I’d love to have some new ways and tastes to enjoy with pasta.

  • They all look great! I’d like to try the Universal Sauce mix…and then all the others!!

  • I had NO Idea that there was a white cheddar mix! Yummers! My daughter wanted me to pick the Cookie Mix but Im sticking with the white cheddar…I think!

  • the Sourdough bread mix looks like an easy and yummy one to try

  • These sound FANTASTIC!!! There are so many things I would like to try, but the Universal Sauce or the BBQ Sauce is what I would use the most! Yum!!

  • Oh yummy, everything looks so good! After browsing around, I would love to try the BBQ sauce mix AND the chicken boullion AND the white cheddar soup base AND probably everything :).

  • I can’t decide between the BBQ sauce mix and the beef slow cooker mix. Both sound absolutely great and I’d love to try either of those ones out.

  • I think I would like to try so many of them, but maybe the universal mix would be a good start.

  • The Honey wheat bread mix sounds so yummy I can almost smell it. Thanks for the link.

  • I would love to try the BBQ mix, or the Pizza mix.

  • Sourdough bread mix and the dough enhancer.

  • I’m a cookie gal, so I’d have to say the Cookie Mix.

  • I would love to try the Sourdough bread mix with the ribs and fresh corn on the cob. Meal complete. Thanks!

  • I’d like to try the Honey White Bread mix. But really I’d love to try everything! It looks like a ton of great stuff!

  • Oh…I would love to try the pancake and waffle mix or the white cheddar soup base. YUM!!!

  • I would love to try the slow cooker mix…I have been experimenting cooking with a smoker and I think this would be fabulous!

  • All of it looks like it would be very worthy of trying, but I must admit that the Universal Cookie Mix caught my eye due to the many options one product could provide! Looks like a starter pack would be the way to go :O)

  • Love Love Love ribs and would love to try these!! Apparantly I need to try ALL of Shirleys products from the sound of these other ladies!!!!!

  • I would love to try the Shirley J’s Universal mix because of the versatility. It sounds like you can make lots of delicious meals.

  • I love ribs so the bbq sauce mix is what I would try!

  • I am all about trying the BBQ sauce. Yummy!

  • All I can say about Shirley’s product is “WOW!” The mixes/rubs/potions are amazing. Some of Shirley’s products I never knew existed — like the “Dough Enhancer” that strengthens the gluten structure of homemade bread and the “White Cheddar” that never separates, lumps or curdles! Be still my heart! I was smitten with the 2/3 pan, WITH COVER, that’s designed, specifically, to fully fit in a conventional oven. ::sighing:: Shirley’s products are EASY to use and the result appears, to family and guests, that you slaved away in the kitchen ALL day! All in all, I would LOVE to have a jar of Shirley’s BBQ Sauce Mix. I fell last night, and now I’m confined to bed. I must stay off my feet, for 1 to 2 weeks, so my new friends are my bed and the recliner. I CAN “hobble,” so I would give ANYTHING to have a jar of Shirley’s Beef Slow Cooker. NOW! I would hobble my way to the crockpot, place the beef in the crock, pour in Shirley’s seasoning, cover, plug in the cord, and hobble off to Buffalo , with my laptop and a good mystery, for the rest of the day. I would LOVE to be one of the 3 winners.

  • The brownie mix. :)

  • I would LOVE to try the BBQ Sauce mix and whip up some of those delicious ribs! The Fudge Brownie mix would be great to finish off the meal!

  • I think I would like to have the universal sauce one to try. It looks like you can do a lot with it!

  • I’d love to try the pizza & pasta seasoning mix, because I have seen a few recipes that use it, and I’d like to try the recipes with the original Shirley J ingredient.

  • I would really like to try the BBQ sauce mix since I’ve been trying to find a good BBQ sauce.

  • I would love to try Shirley J BBQ Sauce Mix. I’m new to this product.

  • tough choice…bbq mix, beef slow cooker, or the italian/pizza one…they all sound great…

  • The BBQ seasoning or the Italian one looks good. Some of the mixes look fun too.

  • I’d like to try the honey white bread mix. Yum! Your ribs look so good, too!

  • Honestly everything there was tempting but I’d start with the Universal Sauce-that sounds like a great thing to have on hand! By the way, I think it’s brilliant that you added root beer to the barbecue mix-just BRILLIANT!

  • I have the pizza and pasta spice blend and really like it. I would love to use the BBQ mix as well.

  • I would like to try the Beef Slow Cooker mix. I use my crock pot all the time and this sounds really good.

  • It all looks so yummy. Since it it BBQ time here in AZ I would have to go with the BBQ sauce mix.

  • the bread mix sounds divine :)

  • The sauce singles are such a great idea I would also love to try the brownie mix.

  • I would love to try the Beef Slow Cooker mix – yummy! I also might need to invest in a plastic topper for my sheet pan — haven’t seen that before, and it would be awesome!!

  • I think the Pizza and Pasta mix would be wonderful!

  • I think I would like to try the Beef Slow Cooker. I love to cook anything in the crock pot and I am always looking for something new.

  • I would love to try the bbq. I made your ribs from yesterday’s post. They were incredible!

  • I would like to try the Honey Wheat Bread mix.

  • I would love to try a bread mix also!

  • I agree the barbeuce mix sounds great, but I’d also like to try the wheat bread mix.

  • I think the bbq sauce mix sounds great, but I am also a big fan of Sourdough bread, but not the time to put into getting the starter ready. So the fact that they have a sourdough bread mix that doesn’t need a starter is AWESOME!!!

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