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Texan Spicy Beef Ribs

This recipe is from Episode 6 of Secret Meat Business

Ingredients

  • Marinade

Method

  • 1.

    Remove the bark from the top of the ribs, and score both sides with a knife, 2 cm apart.

  • 2.

    Place the ribs into a large tray.

  • 3.

    In a large mixing bowl, place the cumin, coriander & brown sugar, smoked paprika, chilli, onion, garlic, ginger, thyme & bay leaves

  • 4.

    Mix all the marinade ingredients together

  • 5.

    Cover both sides off the ribs with salt and pepper rubbing the salt into the grooves.

  • 6.

    Pour marinade over the ribs, making sure you rub it into the grooves.

  • 7.

    Let the ribs marinate for 3 to 48 hours (depending on how patient you feel, obviously the longer the better).

  • 8.

    Turn the ribs upside down and on a large tray, covered with a lid or foil, place into the oven and cook at 150ºC for 2 hours, or until tender.

  • 9.

    Turn the ribs over and baste with the juices in the cooking tray.

  • 10.

    Place ribs back into the oven for up to half an hour at 200ºC until they caramelise, be careful not to burn them.

  • 11.

    Cut ribs into slices and serve with your favourite chilli dipping sauce.

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Posted by NunyaReport
Pardon, meant it states beef ribs.
Posted by NunyaReport
This recipe looks great. But as a native of Texas, this is not something you would find at any restaurant in Texas using the name "Texas Ribs". Mainly the use of ginger. This looks more Asian than Texan. You would have to go to an Asian restaurant to get this.

Also your URL calls it pork ribs, but the recipe refers to it as pork ribs.
Posted by Report
So the marinade doesn't go into the roasting pan?
Posted by Esther57Report
Love your show. My husband drops everything to watch Secret Meat Business. He is in love with you Adrian. Love the fact you use real not processed ingredients. Just the way I like it. Your variety of dishes is also great.
Tank You
Posted by Andrew312Report
What is tgis recipe?
Posted by Gracie7Report
Don't do this with pork as its far too rich and sickning. They are amazzzing with beef. I stuck to tgis recipie rather than the televised one and it was fantastic. I have made this 3 times and it never gets old! Ps, i used half the amount of honey.
Posted by Gracie7Report
Don't do this with pork as its far too rich and sickning. They are amazzzing with beef. I stuck to tgis recipie rather than the televised one and it was fantastic. I have made this 3 times and it never gets old!
Posted by Peter338Report
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Posted by Peter338Report
These are the greatest beef ribs I have had in my 50 years of life, outstanding.
Posted by GeckusReport
This recipe is wrong. Adrian uses pork ribs. Also, he uses worcestershire sauce, not tabasco, and the recipe should include cloves. Finally, for the sake of recipe completeness, the beer and wine get mixed in with the rest of the marinade ingredients, however the honey get rubbed directly onto the meat AFTER the marinade has been applied. Thanks Adrian, i LOVE this recipe :-)
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