Natural Bleach Alternative Ingredients: 12 cups water 1/4 cup lemon juice 1 cup hydrogen peroxide Directions: Add water, lemon juice, and peroxide to a mixing bowl and stir to combine.To use as a household cleaner, pour the mixture into a spray bottle.
Lemon Cleaning Solutions
Scrub BBQ grills and grates with lemon juice and salt Soak plastic storage containers in diluted lemon juice to remove stains & odours Add a few drops of lemon juice to dish soap to boost de-greasing ability Clean windows & mirrors. Put a few tablespoons of lemon juice and water into a spray bottle Remove grease stains from clothing. Rub lemon juice into the spot, let sit overnight, and then wash as normal
Fall Off The Bone Spicy Rib Recipe
Before seasoning the ribs, there is some prep work to be done. There is a thick membrane on the back of the ribs that needs to be removed prior to seasoning and cooking. If you don’t remove it, it will be hard and chewy once cooked. The easiest way to do this, is to ask the butcher to do it for you when buying the meat. If you want to do it yourself, follow the steps below. 1. Place the ribs so the curve back is facing up. Using a sharp knife, on one end of the rack, slice under the membrane but above the bone. 2. Using your fingers, pinch and pull so the membrane begins to lift. 3. Because the membrane can be slippery, use a paper towel to grip the membrane. 4. Peel back the entire membrane across the rack of ribs. Discard. The membrane doesn’t always come off at once and some areas may be more stubborn to get off. Slather yellow mustard on first and brush it all over the ribs. Using the yellow mustard not only helps the rub stick to the ribs, but the vinegar helps tenderize the rib meat. Sprinkle some of Chris's Spicy Rib Rub over the ribs, using your fingers, massage into the rack. Flip over and repeat. After you have rubbed both sides of the ribs with Chris's Spicy Rib Rub thoroughly, wrap them in foil. TIP: Be gentle so you do not tear the foil, if there is a tear the liquid will leak and leave you with dried out ribs. Wrap an extra piece on the middle to really make sure they are sealed. Place the two racks in the fridge for 2 hours to marinate. What makes these baby back ribs fall-off-the-bone, is the low and slow cook time in the oven. Cook them on 275F for 2 ½ hours. The juices being locked in, give you tender juicy ribs. After the 2 ½ hours, remove from the oven and use a thermometer to check the temperature. Ribs are technically done at 145F, but for tender juicy ribs the temperature should be 190-200F. To get that delicious char on the ribs, I finish them on the grill. Once you remove them from the oven, brush your favorite BBQ sauce on the top. On a medium heated grill (350F), place the ribs top side down (the side you slathered the BBQ with.) While that side chars, brush more BBQ sauce on the ribs. Char the ribs for about 10 minutes total, flipping halfway through and adding BBQ sauce as needed.
Greek Lemon Potato Recipe
Greek style lemon potato recipe Ingredients: 3 pounds potatoes, peeled and cut into thick wedges 1/3 cup olive oil 6 Tbsp fresh lemon juice 2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon oregano 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper 3 cups chicken broth Instructions: Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C). Put potato wedges into a large bowl. Drizzle olive oil and lemon juice over the wedges and toss to coat. Season potatoes with salt, oregano, and black pepper; toss again to coat. Spread potato wedges in a single layer in a 2 inch-deep pan. Pour chicken broth over the potatoes. Roast potatoes in preheated oven until tender and golden brown, about 1 hour.