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Wild Boar Ribs

MAPLE BBQ WILD BOAR RIBS
Ribs Wild Boar

Prep time
5 hours 15 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
5 hours 35 mins

Author: Joyce Schmalz
Recipe type: Game
INGREDIENTS
• 4 to 5 lbs wild boar ribs (or your rib of choice)
• 1 cup brown sugar
• 1 cup molasses
• 1 cup maple syrup
• Mild Molasses BBQ Sauce or favorite BBQ sauce (but I highly suggest making the Mild Molasses BBQ Sauce!)

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INSTRUCTIONS
1. Place your ribs in a marinating style dish or a dish with a tight seal that can be flipped. Using gloves, first rub in the brown sugar and let sit for 10 minutes. Next rub in the molasses. Pour the maple syrup over top and gently rub into the ribs. Seal the container and let marinate for 4 to 5 hours, flipping every hour.
2. Set your grill on low, then place ribs on grill for a few minutes. Flip ribs and baste the top with BBQ sauce. Grill for a few more minutes and flip again. Baste the top with BBQ sauces. Repeat a couple more times, adding BBQ sauce each time you flip.
3. These ribs should take about 15 to 20 minutes to cook through, depending on size and heat. With wild boar ribs the meat does shrink a little on the bones, and once it stops shrinking this is a good sign they are done.
NOTES
Amounts may vary depending on the amount of ribs you cook.

 

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Ingredients:

  • Chicken breast
  • Kielbasa
  • Potato
  • Onion
  • Corn on cob

Cut up chicken breast into 3 pieces. Cut kielbasa into pieces. Dice potatoes. Slice onion. Break corn on the cob in half. Put all ingredients in a bowl, add olive oil and your favorite seasonings. Stir. Place serving size ingredients into foil and seal the foil.

Cook on your campfire or camp grill for 30 minutes.

Enjoy!!

Name (submitted by): Marge Regan
Phone: 931-707-1414
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