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Sticky ribs in the oven

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I marinated the ribs the night before in soy sauce, brown sugar, rice vinegar, sprinkled over them for extra flavor and cinnamon and put them in the fridge. Today, I left them before cooking them to reach room temperature and in the meantime I heated the oven and then I put them in the oven on the right heat, along with marinade and some sweet milk. I let them penetrate well and I took them out from time to time to hydrate them with the sauce from the tray, to keep them juicy and sticky.

I served along the ribs a white radish salad with vinegar, salt, olive oil, and a teaspoon of fig chutney, made some time ago, sweet, good and delicious.

Great appetite!


STICKY SPARE RIBS

This food, borrowed from the Americans, quickly became one of the most popular healthy fast food dishes, adapted in every way, from Chinese sauces to the much-loved barbeque sauce. It is a delicious food, only good to enjoy with family and friends, without too many cutlery.

INGREDIENTS

2 tablespoons teryiaki sauce

2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar

1 tablespoon shaved he hanout / spice mixture

1/4 teaspoon chilli flakes

4 tablespoons agave / honey syrup

Directions

  • I made a marinade from: teryiaki sauce, soy sauce, crushed garlic, agave syrup, balsamic vinegar and spices.
  • I washed the pieces of meat.
  • I placed the pieces of snail in a metal tray, then added the marinade and wine.
  • I put the meat in the preheated oven at 190 degrees for 45 minutes covered, then I let it brown well for another 25 minutes uncovered. Halfway through browning, I turned it over.
  • The flesh is tender, juicy, easily detached from the bone, it is flavorful and slightly sweet. In other words, perfect! You can serve it with straw potatoes, baked potatoes, puree, sauteed vegetables or rice, according to your tastes!


STICKY SPARE RIBS

This food, borrowed from the Americans, quickly became one of the most popular healthy fast food dishes, adapted in every way, from Chinese sauces to the much-loved barbeque sauce. It is a delicious food, only good to enjoy with family and friends, without too many cutlery.

INGREDIENTS

2 tablespoons teryiaki sauce

2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar

1 tablespoon shaved he hanout / spice mixture

1/4 teaspoon chilli flakes

4 tablespoons agave / honey syrup

Directions

  • I made a marinade from: teryiaki sauce, soy sauce, crushed garlic, agave syrup, balsamic vinegar and spices.
  • I washed the pieces of meat.
  • I placed the pieces of the spoon in a metal tray, then added the marinade and wine.
  • I put the meat in the preheated oven at 190 degrees for 45 minutes covered, then I let it brown well for another 25 minutes uncovered. Halfway through browning, I turned it over.
  • The flesh is tender, juicy, easily detached from the bone, it is flavorful and slightly sweet. In other words, perfect! You can serve it with straw potatoes, baked potatoes, puree, sauteed vegetables or rice, according to your tastes!


How long to cook the ribs in the oven

My favorite method is a low temperature for a longer period of time. Most often I cook the baby's ribs in the oven at 275 ° F for about 2-2.5 hours.

  • 275 ° F - 2 hours to 2 1/2 hours
  • 300 ° F - 1 1/2 hours to 2 hours
  • 350 ° F - 1 1/4 hours to 1/1/2 hours

If you want to cook ribs fast, Instant Ribs are a great option. I come out tender and delicious and cook in about 25 minutes!


Read aloud: ribs li-pi-cio-se! Sticky! And it would be nice to read tender, tasty finger-licking… literally because they are required to be eaten by hand.

As you well know, today I present a delicious rib recipe. I won't tell you too much, except that the whole Crock-Pot slowcooker was my reliable help. In fact, he did almost everything.

My job was to look for some ribs with meat on them. And let me tell you - I walked around until I found them. Most had membranes and traces of flesh between their bones. Fortunately, I found in a gentleman from Obor Square this nice and meaty string that turned into what you see in the pictures.

So happy with the string of fleshy ribs, I got home and started the sticky and delicious ribs operation.

Another quite important operation that it is advisable to do is that before seasoning the ribs, to remove the membrane from the side with the bones. The removal of that membrane causes the "ruby", ie the mixture of spices to penetrate as well as possible in the meat.

So, let's conclude: look for a series of ribs with meat, remove the membrane, massage them well with spices, put them in a slow cooker and you're done! In a few hours we have some super tender ribs and not at all dry. By the slow cooking method, the meat keeps all its natural juices, moreover, the formed condensation keeps an optimal humidification in the dish, preventing evaporation. You can see in the pictures below that I put the ribs vertically. I did this so that they absorbed only the moisture created in the vessel, not the one on its bottom. I don't know how to explain it better, but I think you understand.

To turn them from tender and delicious into tender, delicious and sticky, we grease them with a sauce made of ketchup, honey and soy sauce, then we put them in the oven for 10 minutes, at the grill function or the heat from above.

We eat them like that, simple. If you want, of course you can make a salad with them or, why not, potatoes.


Sticky ribs in the oven, with cinnamon

I like ribs very much, although I don't declare myself to be a big carnivore in general, but if it's with pork ribs, I can hardly resist the temptation.

If it is also about getting dirty on our fingers and the ribs to be sweet, sticky and extremely well made then I really declare myself happy and delighted.

I admit with regret, however, that only I make them properly, tasty, well made, with the meat that melts in your mouth, although I tried to eat in the city, they disappointed me and I don't even try.

4 fresh pork ribs

I marinated the ribs the night before in soy sauce, brown sugar, rice vinegar.

I sprinkled them on for extra flavor and cinnamon and put them in the fridge. Today I left them before cooking them to reach room temperature and in the meantime I heated the oven and then I put them in the oven at the right heat, along with the marinade and some sweet milk.

I let them penetrate well and took them out from time to time to hydrate them with the sauce from the tray, to keep them juicy and sticky.

I served along the ribs a white radish salad with vinegar, salt, olive oil and a teaspoon of fig chutney, made some time ago, sweet, good and delicious.


Sticky ribs in the oven

Sticky ribs in the oven, extremely tasty and tender. I greased them with honey, but if you don't like it you can give it up.

Ingredient:

  • pork rib
  • 2 tablespoons broth
  • 2-3 cloves of garlic
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • pepper
  • ginger
  • paprika

How to prepare sticky ribs in the oven.

Prepare the mixture with broth, salt, pepper, paprika and ginger with which we will grease the pork ribs. Put them in the pan and add 1 cup of chicken soup or water. Peel the garlic and cut it as small as possible and sprinkle it over the ribs.

Bake the ribs for 45-50 minutes. After the first 30 minutes we turn the ribs. When they are done, we grease them with honey and put them in the oven for 4-5 minutes.


Sticky ribs in the oven

Sticky ribs in the oven, extremely tasty and tender. I greased them with honey, but if you don't like it you can give it up.

Ingredient:

  • pork rib
  • 2 tablespoons broth
  • 2-3 cloves of garlic
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • pepper
  • ginger
  • paprika

How to prepare sticky ribs in the oven.

Prepare the mixture with broth, salt, pepper, paprika and ginger with which we will grease the pork ribs. Put them in the pan and add 1 cup of chicken soup or water. Peel the garlic and cut it as small as possible and sprinkle it over the ribs.

Bake the ribs for 45-50 minutes. After the first 30 minutes we turn the ribs. When they are done, we grease them with honey and put them in the oven for 4-5 minutes.


I saw this rib recipe in a show on Parika TV and it belongs to Gordon Ramsay. It is incredibly easy to prepare and will make you want to repeat it as soon as possible. Even those who are not lovers of ribs will succumb to temptation.

Pork ribs cook better when cut into groups of 3-4. They look better when presented individually, but this is solved after cooking.

So we start by cutting groups of 3-4 ribs, after which we wash them well. Arrange them in the tray to be put in the oven, put them on medium heat and leave them on both sides. Sprinkle evenly with the wine (also over medium heat), squeeze the orange juice, put the garlic cloves, sprinkle with soy sauce and mix well.

Meanwhile, turn on the oven to heat. We take the tray off the heat, we cut the onion into not very thin strips, we arrange it nicely in the tray, we put in the liquid the anise stars and the slightly crushed cardamom seeds - to leave their aroma. Put the tray back on medium heat and let the spices release the flavors for a few minutes.

Sprinkle well with honey and put in the oven until the ribs are tender and the liquid has dropped. You need to get some soft ribs, in a fragrant and sticky crust. If you want them to be even more caramelized, after it is removed from the cutpor, the tray can be put back on the stove over high heat, until the amount of liquid decreases even more.


Baked pork ribs, caramelized and sticky

Every time I talked to my girlfriend, Simona, she would tell me about pork ribs in the oven, bought from Metro and made by her husband, Liviu, as if it were the greatest thing on the planet.

Going over the mystery that had really started to intrigue me & # 8211 what did she mean by being bigger here: the fact that they were definitely bought from this store or her husband's caramelized pork ribs recipe ?! & # 8211, Simona's consistency in mentioning them every time in discussions that had nothing to do with food, made me think seriously. Definitely something special, worth a try, I told myself one day & # 8211 and left for Metro.

Simona's family was activated and soon I received the recipe on the phone, but not anyway, but written by Dinu, the penultimate member who arrived in this family. The recipe turned out to be beyond awsome and some sticky ribs came out, sweet exactly as they should be, with tender meat and a reddish exterior, caramelized to perfection!

I then repeated Liviu's recipe a few times, but I also brought a personal note by adding some ingredients that I used before when I made pork ribs in the oven and that I really like (thyme, smokey sauce and garlic) and I gave up boiling them before putting them in the oven. I found that the cooking process is thus simplified, and the taste and texture are not to be lost (cooking without water intensifies the taste and helps caramelize food).

So I thank Liviu and Simona for the idea and inspiration and I leave here my version, slightly adapted, of oven caramelized pork ribs, which I urge you to try, but also you.