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How To Cook Pork Ribs In The Oven
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Retro Saturday Night
Pork neck bones and rice.
Went shopping for fancy pork
roast or thick pork
chops and put both in my cart - and then I saw pork
neck bones for about $3.00 for 3 pounds.
Reminded me of the salad days way back in Statesboro. So I had to pick them up.
Browned them up in the dutch oven, added a rough sliced onion and a rough chopped 5 green onions and some salt, pepper and some garlic until it smoked but before the garlic turned bitter.
Added 6 cups of water and simmered for 2 hours with a tight cover.
Then added 2 cups of rice - simmered for 15 more minutes and then removed from the fire for 15 minutes before serving.
You are talking about feeding 6 hungry folk for about $0.75 per hungry stomach.
And this is incredibly good. Absolutely as good as short ribs
that cost 10x as much without the scrumptious rice.
This is how we survived way back then.
Kevin, I am starting to believe I could be a cowboy cook.
No kidding, you put a plate of this stuff on top of your head and your tongue would beat a hole in your skull to get just another taste of it.
Barbecue Pork Ribs with Char Siew sauce and Spices
Earlier I tried out my beef steak using a spice searing cooking method that sear the spices under heat into the steak. This way of cooking manage to seal in the flavours from the spices into the meat very well. So I adopt it to my Pork Ribs this time.
Anyway, here's how :
1) Soak ribs
in buttermilk and leave in fridge overnight to tenderize
2) Heat up Grilling Pan to medium High heat
3) Mix spices mix in a small bowl ( I use cumin, pepper, salt and sugar in this case )
4) Remove ribs
from fridge and coat it lightly in Char Siew Sauce and peanut oil
5) Place ribs in pan and start to barbecue while sprinkling spices over meat evenly
6) Cook until meat turns dark golden brown
Remove and serve
1) You can use regular mix regular milk with vinegar just as well in place of buttermilk
2) On retrospect, perhaps I should have barbecued the ribs first in the oven then pan fried it in the grilling pan, might produce a more even texture.
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