Hoisin pork ribs
Photo by Babiche Martens
Melt in the mouth sticky ribs are best cooked on the barbecue, thus leaving all the mess outside. There are hundreds of rib recipes, but I like this one as it has just a few ingredients and the whole family will enjoy its simplicity. Add a few extra chilli flakes if you like to spice it up a little. Cooking the sheets of ribs as a whole will ensure they remain juicy. A fresh salad and, maybe, some corn cobs and rice will complete a very simple meal.
- In a small bowl place the hoisin, paprika, chilli, vinegar and salt. Mix. Place the ribs in a large dish and pour the marinade over. Mix, cover and refrigerate until needed.
- Set a barbecue to a medium heat. Cook the sheet of pork ribs, brushing with extra marinade as they cook for 15 minutes each side or until cooked through. Use a small knife to cut into the flesh to check they are cooked.
- Cut into serving sizes, and enjoy with rice and a green salad.