Sunday, 3 April 2016

Pork Spare Ribs – the lazy way

Carole's Chatter: Pork spare ribs


I had bought a rack of pork ribs (small ones – maybe what are called baby back?) and wanted an easy cook.  Despite no pre-marinating or faffing about, the result was tasty.

I just heated the oven to moderate.  I painted Chinese plum sauce and hoisin sauce onto the ribs – in a ratio of 2 plum to 1 hoisin.

A little oil in the bottom of the roasting dish – a little salt and pepper and then I just roasted them until they looked done. No foil on the top or anything.  You can see that I had to cut the rack into 2 pieces to fit it into the tin.

11 comments:

  1. I like that easy cooking, Plum/Hoisin 2 to 1. About how long did they cook?

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  2. Chinese bottled sauces are amazing, aren't they! This looks like a very good way to use them.

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  3. Yum! I haven't made ribs very often but I'm pretty fond of eating them! This sounds pretty easy and I definitely want to try them.

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  4. Love ribs! Need to stock up on some bottled sauces. :)

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  5. Easy and tasty always wins!
    Aloha, Deb-Kahakai Kitchen

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  6. Few ingredients, quick and easy is my favorite way to cook. They look and sound so good!

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  7. Truly can't get any easier than this!

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  8. It's been a while since we bought baby back ribs. Easy and soooo delicious!

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  9. I'm sure my husband would love this; sadly, I'm not fond of ribs.

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  10. Ooh, plum sauce and hoisin sound perfect for ribs.

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  11. Your post makes me want to go eat ribs now!

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