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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Baked Back Ribs with Sweet Sauce!


As I was saying been craving for pork ribs BBQ in awhile, at last we got some back ribs last grocery shopping. Just today have the chance to cook it! Too bad i can't use my outdoor grills. So i use an alternative instead, i baked it. Does it look good and yummy?? LOL! Husband likes it a lot, he said it was really good along with garlic rice i made. Meat are so tender and falling off from the bone as you eat it! (haha nag paibug jud ko noh!). It was my first time to baked a pork rib actually and was successful. I did my own way, just eye ball every ingredients didn't use any measuring thing.
Here's the Recipes:
One slab of pork back ribs or baby ribs
1/4 soy sauce
1/4 ketchup
2 tablespoon melted butter
4 tablespoon brown sugar
Garlic powder
Garlic salt
Paprika
Parsley
A pinch of salt and pepper just to taste
Procedure:
~ Preheat oven to 375 degree F
~Place an aluminum foil over the baking pan. Put the ribs over the foil. Start...
~Season the ribs with salt and pepper, and garlic salt both sides.
~Mix the wet ingredients together in a bowl (soy sauce, ketchup, brown sugar and melted butte)
~Then glaze it to the back ribs both sides, (leave a 1/4 of the sauce to save it for brushing to the meat later on.
~Then after glazing, sprinkle the dry ingredients ( garlic powder, paprika and parsley).
~Then cover it with the foil. Baked it to 1 hour
AFTER 48 YEARS in the oven.....
~uncovered, and broil it to low temperature for another 40 minutes. Take the juice from the meat and mix with the remaining sauce, then brushed it occasionally and repeatedly both side until the ribs looks like in the PHOTO! ( keep checking so it won't burn). Walahhh that's my finished product. Puede na apil sa BBQ contest huh! LOL.

1 comments:

Hazelicious929 said...

Wow! looks yummy! I love baby back ribs. I love it when the meat is tender especially when the meat is falling off the bone. That sure taste great!

I will surely try you recipe... Thanks!