Looking for fresh new recipes to warm you up in the increasingly colder weather? Chef Gabe has got just the thing: Bourbon honey-mustard short ribs! Made with a fragrant, spicy rub and topped with a smooth bourbon honey-mustard sauce, this hassle-free dish will make smoky goodness look easy!
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Mix all spice rub ingredients until combined.
Pat down a three-bone short rib to dry it off, then coat generously with spice rub. Wrap in plastic and refrigerate overnight.
Bring water and honey to a boil. Add bourbon.
Flambé to cook off the alcohol. Once fire dies, add apple cider vinegar and mustard.
Reduce by half over a low flame, and set aside.
Allow meat to come to room temperature (about an hour).
Place meat, bone side down, on a roasting pan. Roast uncovered for five hours in an oven preheated to 250 degrees Fahrenheit.
Once done, tent the meat with a piece of foil to let it rest.
To serve, slice the meat from the bone, cut in half lengthwise, and cut each half into one-inch shingles. Fan the meat onto a platter and drizzle with bourbon honey mustard sauce.