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Cookingsessions.com host Jason Hill shows you how to cook pork ribs with this Hawaiian pork ribs recipe.
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When grilling season arrives pork ribs are a great way to serve a crowd at minimal cost. Today, I'm going to show you to fusion style pork ribs recipe, here with fan you're really going to do enjoy this.
Hi, I'm Chef Jason Hill. The pork rib cut we were using today is baby back ribs which are also called loin ribs or back ribs and each rack has about 10 to 14 bones. Come here and check this out. Baby back ribs are found here in the loin region. Spare ribs are found in the lower belly region and pork spare ribs have less neat and are bonier and fattier than the baby back ribs. Before we start our awesome sauce recipe, I'm going to cut this rack in half and place it in boiling water for about 90 minutes.
So we cut it in half I just grilled for the bone and get right between it, straight down with my knife. Okay, as you can see the water is boiling rapidly. You want that when you first place them in there and the water will start to come down and once it boils again you we want to put it on a slow boil. We don’t want to boil this rapidly because you don’t want it to be kind of break apart while they're in there. All right, the ribs have been in there about five minutes and they have come back to a rapid boil so at this point you want to turn it down and we just want to get a soft boil on this and right about there I'm going to check them in an hour and like I said they're probably go a total of 90 minutes.
For today’s pork rib recipe, we begin with the great sauce. I'm using a Hoisin sauce as the base and you could find Hoisin sauce from your Asian Island in most markets so one cup of Hoisin sauce we’re going to add one tablespoon of crushed garlic, a tablespoon of minced ginger, a tablespoon of pineapple juice and a tablespoon of Sriracha sauce, and two tablespoons honey and we’re just going to mix this up and when ribs are ready we’re going to spread this on the ribs and throw them on the grill.
Alright, the ribs have been in the water for about 90 minutes. We’re going to remove them. Let them set for 10 minutes. We’re going to brush them with the sauce and then hit the grill. Alright, I have a three burner grill here. I have my two other ones on high and I have the center one turned off. I want to put this on the center because I don’t want them to burn. I just want the sauce to caramelize. If you don’t have a grill you could put them in the oven for 15 minutes.
Alright, I'm going to sit this in here and I'm going to check in about five minutes give them a turn and put some more sauce on them. Like I said we just want the sauce to caramelize on there, get it nice and sticky. This should going to be good. That’s about five minutes on that side. I'm going to brush some more sauce in this side and we’re going to give them a turn and then we’ll close the lid and let them sit in here for another 10 to 15 minutes or so. Alright, after a good 15 minutes on the grill the sauce on the ribs have caramelized and thickened up, we’re ready to eat. I hope you enjoy this recipe and let me know your feedback. Thanks for tubing in, it falls right off the bone.