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Best BBQ Ribs Recipe

BBQ Ribs

Best BBQ Ribs Recipe

1.8 kg (4 lbs) of thick and meaty pork belly ribs
bbq sauce
Tomato Sauce (or ketchup)
Worcestershire sauce
Red wine
Honey
Rosemary (fresh)
Oregano flakes
Salt & pepper to taste
Flour or corn starch

Let’s start with the marinade recipe. We can use a non-metal container or a plastic bag, whichever you prefer. For this recipe, let’s use the non-metal container. Put the ribs in then add the fresh rosemary, oregano and pepper. Next, add a generous amount of honey, tomato sauce and Worcestershire sauce. The ribs should be completely smothered by the marinade. (I can almost see how delicious this is going to be!) Then, when you think everything has been covered by the marinade evenly, carefully pour the red wine at the corners of your container. Don’t pour the red wine directly on the ribs, or else, this might remove its coating. Place it in the fridge overnight.

After a good night’s sleep, it’s time to look forward to this day. This is the day when you begin to build up your reputation as THE (wo)man to beat in barbeques! Start by pre-heating the oven over to 260 degrees fahrenheit. When ready, place the ribs in oven with the meatiest side up. Flip them after 1 hour of cooking, meaty part facing down and apply the barbeque sauce on the bony side. Flip them again after 30 minutes and Increase the temperature to 350 degrees. After 15 minutes, apply the 1st layer of bbq sauce on the meaty side. Then after 15 more minutes, apply the 2nd layer of the bbq sauce again on the meaty side.

Whew! We’ve spent 2 hours and 15 minutes, so far. We’re almost done, don’t worry! Now, check the meat’s center with a meat thermometer. It should show a temperature of at least 150 degrees Fahrenheit. If it’s more than that, the meat’s done so remove it from the oven. If it’s lower than 150 degrees, continue cooking until the desired temperature is reached.

For the barbeque sauce, add your remaining marinade sauce in the pan and add 2-3 teaspoons of flour or cornstarch to thicken the sauce. Bring it to a boil and season with salt and pepper. To prevent lumps, you can add more flour that has been dissolved in warm water to prevent lumps.

Then, finally you can serve the bbq ribs with the sauce! Tell me how it goes with your family and friends!

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