Miranda’s BARBECUE Kitchen: Sticky Pork Ribs

This recipe was inspired by a Taiwanese student I have recently been teaching (thank you Mark).

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It is absolutely delicious – ideal for the BBQ and great for a summer garden dinner with a fresh green salad – you can seriously impress the neighbours with this one!

It is a little time consuming but well worth the labour of love, and remember the napkins – you’ll need them!

Serves 2 good portions

1st stage

1rack pork ribs

15g sweet paprika

15g smoked paprika

20g sea salt flakes

10g crushed black peppercorns

40g soft brown sugar

15g chilli powder

30g crushed garlic

2tbsp rapeseed oil

Mix all ingredients together and rub over the ribs then wrap tightly in clingfilm to marinate for at least 4 hours ( can be left overnight)

After marinating remove from the cling film and put onto of a double layer or strong tin foil.

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2nd stage Heat oven to 220 degrees

100g Hellmanns BBQ sauce

2g Smoked paprika

30g Tomato ketchup

10ml Cider Vinegar

15g English mustard

10g Tomato puree

5g Honey

5g Soft brown sugar

Crushed black pepper to taste

Dash of Tobasco

Squeeze of lemon

Mix all ingredients together and brush of each side of the ribs with the mixture. Put into the oven with the ribs exposed to the heat for 30 minutes or until golden.

After 30 minutes remove from the oven and fold over the foil to form a tight parcel. turn the heat down to 150 degrees and cook for 2 hours.

To finish

Take the ribs out and unwrap from the foil, the meat should be very soft. Brush with the 2nd stage sauce again and leave for 10 minute to rest.

Cut through the ribs and serve!!

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