BBQ Asian Pork Ribs

BBQ Sticky Asian Pork Ribs

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BBQ Sticky Asian Pork Ribs

How was your weekend? Mine was a little sweet and a little not. I had a wonderful date night with my hubby on Friday and a really nice night with my whole family on Saturday night. But sadly, Saturday night Pia fell sick, so mostly I am keeping an eye on the fever and watching Shrek 1-4 with Pia to pass the time quietly.

When I sat down this evening to decide which yummy recipe that you might enjoy, this one caught my eye. I think I have been shut up too much today and only ate a turkey sandwich for dinner, when really I was craving to be out at the BBQ. I would have been thrilled with a crispy, golden rack of ribs in front of me tonight!

Asian Pork Ribs

Especially these which are marinated, braised and cooked in the most incredible Asian BBQ sauce and simmered in beer. Um, flavorful does not begin to explain it.

Asian Pork Ribs

When I ate these, a few weeks ago, I gobbled them down with a big plate of Asian Kale Salad, which complimented the flavors beautifully. I would also love some of these noodles to make a big delicious meal! I hope you enjoy them like we did!

Asian Pork Ribs

To make these BBQ Sticky Asain Pork Ribs, this is what you do:

In the bowl of a food processor combine all of the BBQ Sauce ingredients and pulse until well combined.

Sticky Asian Pork Ribs

Lay the pork loin ribs on a sheet pan and use ¾ of the sauce to coat the pork. Let the pork sit for about 30 minutes as the pork comes up to room temperature and the meat is marinating.

Sticky Asian Pork Ribs

Turn the BBQ up to medium. Put the sheet pan directly on the BBQ.
Pour two beers into the pan and put the top down on the BBQ. Cook the meat 20 minutes.

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After 20 minutes, turn the meat over and cook another 20 minutes. If the pan seems dry, add a little water so that the sauce doesn’t burn on the pan as it thickens. Remove the meat from the pan and put the pan aside. The meat should be basted with the remaining sauce on both sides and placed directly onto the grill.
Cook the meat another 5-7 minutes on each side until it gets some crispy char to it.

Asian Pork Ribs

Let the ribs rest for a few minutes and then sprinkle with the sesame seeds and chili. Slice the ribs and serve.

Asian Pork Ribs

 

Recipe: BBQ Sticky Asian Pork Ribs

Ingredients

  • 1 large rack of pork loin ribs
  • Asian BBQ Sauce
  • 7 ounces Hoisin Sauce
  • 7 ounces hot water
  • 1 jalapeno, minced
  • 3 inch piece of fresh ginger, minced
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 tablespoons agave or honey
  • 3 tablespoons red onion
  • 2 twelve ounce beers
  • 1 red Fresno chili, thinly sliced
  • 1 serrano chili, thinly sliced
  • 2 teaspoons toasted sesame seeds

Instructions

  1. In the bowl of a food processor combine all of the BBQ Sauce ingredients and pulse until well combined.
  2. Lay the pork loin ribs on a sheet pan and use ¾ of the sauce to coat the pork. Let the pork sit for about 30 minutes as the pork comes up to room temperature and the meat is marinating.
  3. Turn the BBQ up to medium. Put the sheet pan directly on the BBQ.
  4. Pour two beers into the pan and put the top down on the BBQ. Cook the meat 20 minutes.
  5. After 20 minutes, turn the meat over and cook another 20 minutes. Remove the meat from the pan and put the pan aside. The meat should be basted with the remaining sauce on both sides and placed directly onto the grill.
  6. Cook the meat another 5-7 minutes on each side until it gets some crispy char to it.
  7. Let the ribs rest for a few minutes and then sprinkle with the sesame seeds and chili. Slice the ribs and serve.

Preparation time: 40 minute(s)

Cooking time: 1 hour(s)

Number of servings (yield): 6

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24 Comments

  1. Tieghan says:

    Mmm! These look so good and the sauce reminds me of a korean BBQ steak I just made that was so good! I cannot wait to give these a try!

  2. These ribs sound fantastic!!

  3. oh no :( i hope Pia feels better soon! Jason was sick this weekend too and now I have it! haha fun fun! i want a rack of these to make myself feel better ;)

    • ugh Julie- I am feeling not so great either. I really hope I am going to be able to hold this off…

  4. Um, can I come over for dinner? These ribs look AH-mazing! And I hope your little one feels better!

  5. Gaby says:

    Shrek 1-4 sounds like my kinda sick day!! Hope she feels better soon and love these ribgs!

  6. naomi says:

    these look and sound fantastic! I hope your daugher feels better soon.

  7. Heather, are pork loin ribs different from baby back ribs? I want to try this recipe in the worst way, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen ribs labeled as “loin ribs” here in the Northeast. Am I missing something?

  8. Looks gorgeous and tasty, Heather! I hope you and your daughter are feeling better soon! xo

  9. marla says:

    Send some over now pretty please! XO

  10. Those ribs look and sound tasty! It has been far too long since I last made ribs!

  11. Lala says:

    There’s a typo on this line:
    “After 20 minutes, turn the meat over and cook another 20 minutes. If the pan seems dry, *ass* a little water”
    ;)

    • lol!!! I have had a bunch of people mention *ass and I couldn’t figure out where! that is so funny! I will fix it!

  12. Laney says:

    “ass a little water,” made me laugh ; )

    How could I do this in the oven? No grill for me, unfortunately!

  13. K says:

    I can’t wait to make these … I’ve been all about BBQ ribs this summer for some reason. I’ve had more BBQ ribs this summer than I have in my whole life … they are just so good!

  14. I am not clear on the ginger amount. Is it 3 TBS? Please clarify.

    • it is a 3 inch long piece of fresh ginger, peeled and minced

  15. Natasha says:

    Is it possible to do these in the oven?