Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Asian Style Ribs

These are one finger licking ribs. The meat is so tender and juicy that it falls off the bones easily. The sauce is sweet, tangy and with a light hint of 5 spice powder. The secret of cooking this tender ribs is wrap it up in foil and let it cook long and slow in the oven. Normally we will grill it on the BBQ after the baking part but since we already clean up BBQ set so I did it all in the oven. The results are just as good except minus for the smoky flavor.

Ingredients:

3 pound of ribs
1 tsp grated ginger
2 cloves garlic – finely chopped
1/4 cup light soy sauce
3 tbsp Lee Kum Kee Spare Ribs sauce
1 large orange juice and zest
½ tsp 5 spice powder
1 tsp pepper
3 tbsp dark brown sugar

1. Clean, trim off excess fat from both side and remove the removed the membrane from the back side of the ribs (Insert a knife under the membrane, then your fingers ,work a section loose, grip it with a paper towel, and peel it off)
2. Combined all the rest of the ingredients and mix well. Pat the ribs dry and season both sides generously with marinates. Set it aside to marinate for at least 4 hours.
3. Pre-heat the oven to 350 degree F. Wrap the ribs up with a large piece of aluminum foil. Place the ribs in a large sheet pan and let it bake for 1.5 hours. The ribs should be done and fall off the bone by now and if not let it bake for another half an hour.
4. Open up the foil and pour out all the sauce/juice from the baked ribs into a small saucepan. Skim off the fats if there is any and bring the sauce up to boil it let it thickens. Brush the sauce all over the ribs.
5. Switch the oven to broil, and broil the ribs until caramelize and golden brown. Let it cool down for 15 min before cutting into it.


Note: Keep a close watch on the ribs when you broil them as they get burn pretty quick.

30 comments:

Sarah said...

This sounds delicious! I will have to try it.

Cherry On A Cake said...

I like the sound of the ingredients! orange is something I have not yet tried in bbq or roast. I will try one day ..maybe for my next chcken dish! :)))

My Little Space said...

I bet these are finger licking good! I love this alot. Too bad my family don't take pork at all. But I think chicken would taste as good. Thanks and have a great day.
Blessings, Kristy

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

With orange zest? It sounds really good.

mycookinghut said...

Love the marinate for this!!

Lyndsey said...

I love the look of these, finger licking good for sure! I want to make these this weekend! The sauce sounds great!

cleffairy said...

Ohhh... looks yummy and the recipe is simple too!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Love the ribs, I like it fall off the bone soft.

Chef Bee said...

I make alot of ribs here in Texas but would love to change it up with these Asian style ones. Thanks so much for the recipe.

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Jennifurla said...

I kinda of feel like your torturing me...want

Elin said...

Gertrude...I love all the marinade ingredients here. Great combo for the ribs. I guess the orange juice will tenderize the meat ...that is why the meat becomes tender and fall off the bones easily....mmmm can imagine how good this is :)

vanillasugar said...

i bet these were good. its so obvious from the photos. you know what i love when cooking with these ingredients is the smell it leaves throughout the house. so good.

ijayuji said...

hi gert! thanks 4 d wishes! ribs ni biasanyer guna pork ya? kalau guna lembunyer ribs mesti rasa dia lain kan? :D tgk dr kaler dia cantek lah! kalau boleh ganti dgn lembu mmg sya akn cuba buat :-)

ReeseKitchen said...

Oh this is so tempting larr!! I must try this as soon as possible. Thanks..:)

Shirley @ Kokken69 said...

Tony Roma's ribs are one of my boyfriend's favourite. These remind me of their ribs.... I have to try this!

Jeannie said...

Those ribs looks so tempting! I would love to give this a try. Thanks for sharing the recipe:D

minibaker said...

i would like to try this in my oven. they look so yummy! May i know the few options of the part of the pig that i can use and which is best? eg
spareribs from the shoulder...11 short cut ribs from the loin, bone-in and boneless...pork back ribs from the loin...pork spareribs from the belly??!!!I am actually referring to a diagram of "Export Cuts of American Pork' that my pork supplier gave me! :) Thank you in advance!

My Asian Kitchen said...

this really look like char siew roast rib!!love the color!! I must try this recipe soon since I have oven now..usually I just sprinkle with the ready bought spices for bbq ribe...must try asian style now..

3 hungry tummies said...

Great marinade and finger lickin' good ribs!

Shereen said...

Gert,
What can I replace the Lee Kum Kee Spare Rib sauce with?..or is it essential to get the right taste?If possible I do not want to buy the sauce as this recipe only uses 3tbsp only...too many jar of sauces in my fridge already..lol!I'm bookmarking this for bbq in the summer.

hana said...

lagi aritu nak order ribs.. tp tak terbeli2 jugak! haishhh.... *thanx for ur warm wishes...

Kitchen Corner said...

I like ribs!!! No matter how it's cooked, just so delicious! Finger licking good!!

MaryMoh said...

I always love good ribs.....quite addictive. Yours looks golden and delicious. Love the sesame seeds. I'll add that next time. Thanks very much for sharing.

Anncoo said...

Gert, I want to make this for my family. Looks so yummy :))

Quay Po Cooks said...

Next on my list to cook is this finger-licking good ribs! thanks for sharing the recipe.

ICook4Fun said...

Sarah, hope you like this ribs,

Zurin, orange gives the ribs a nice fragrant. By the way I love your chicken dish.

Kristy, you can use beef ribs for this or even chicken drumsticks.

Wendy, it taste good too :)

Leemei, me too.

Lyndsey, let me know how yours turn out. Hope your family likes it.

Cheffiry, yeap.

LCOM, wrap in foil and bake helps a lot.

ICook4Fun said...

Chef Bee, you are welcome.

Jennifurla, ha ha sorry about that.

Elin, if you can get good ribs back home maybe you can try it out too. The orange gives it a nice citrus flavor to it.

Dawn, yes the whole house smell BBQ when it was in the oven :)

Ijayuji, you can always use beef ribs. Kalau tak dapa you can pakai chicken drumsticks too.

Reese, hope you like it.

Shirley, maybe you can make this for him.

ICook4Fun said...

Jeannie, you are welcome.

Minibaker, I used baby back ribs.

Lesley, yes this taste like the ribs you find from the chicken rice stall.

3 hungry tummies, yes it is :)

Shereen, if you have the Lee kum Kee char siew sauce you can use it too. They are similar. If not than you need to add tomato ketchup, bean bean paste, garlic powder, extra sugar to the marinate.

Hana, you are welcome.

ICook4Fun said...

Grace, yes. You can add any kind of marinate you like to it and stick it in the oven.

Mary, thank you.

Anncoo, thank you.

Quay Po, looking forward to your posting.

yd said...

These look finger licking goood. Can the orange be substituted with other citrus fruit?