Hello, gourmets! The recipe of the day today is pork ribs in the oven with barbecue sauce.
Marinade for pork ribs in the oven
The ideal marinade for pork ribs is a mixture of delicious spices plus an hour of waiting for deep penetration into the texture of meat, which makes pork ribs in the oven just incredibly delicious, and if you also lubricate them with homemade barbecue sauce, it is simply impossible to tear yourself away from this yummy (you will definitely get your face dirty).
In the composition of the marinade we included: fragrant paprika, granulated garlic, burning flakes of cayenne pepper, thyme, oregano, salt and pepper. It would seem simple spices, but what flavor and taste they give to fried pork ribs in the oven.
Barbecue sauce for pork ribs
The American tradition of cooking meat on the grill or in the oven is a whole science and you can’t do without a delicious sauce. Initially, the barbecue sauce was very simple — it was vigorous vinegar and flakes of red hot pepper. But such a traditional sauce turned out to be too sour and spicy for many gourmets, they wanted to dilute this taste and began adding various ingredients depending on the state, and various barbecue sauces with various flavors appeared. Here is one such recipe you will find here Barbecue Sauce. This sauce is ideal as an addition of taste and texture to pork ribs.
How to cook pork ribs in the oven with barbecue sauce
Initially, we prepare a marinade from a mixture of spices, then rub the ribs entirely with marinade and wait at least 30 minutes.
Bake the ribs under foil with the addition of apple cider. The alcohol of cider gives an additional taste and aroma to the meat. If you are against adding alcohol to food, then cider can be replaced with natural apple juice (there is too much sugar in the purchased juice, which can spoil the final taste of the dish).
As soon as the ribs are cooked under the foil, immediately pour them with a small amount of vegetable or olive oil. This will make the ribs crispy and crispy.
Lubricate them with barbecue sauce and simmer in the oven or grill. Turn over and lubricate the sauce again. And so 2-3 times. The sauce will thicken and give the pork ribs an aroma, a complex taste and a chic appearance.
Other pork recipes:
- Pork Bulgogi
- Hawaii Pork Burger
- Pork Souvlaki with Tzatziki
- Romanian Pork Stew
- Slow Cooked Pork Drumstick
- Pea soup with smoked pork ribs
- Teriyaki Pork Stir Fry
- Mexican Pork Salad
- Roast pork and potatoes
- Spicy Pork Sausages
Recipe type: Meat
Recipe type: American