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My first country style ribs. (Ginger-Hoisin)

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First go at country style ribs (aka ribends? Rib-end-loin?? 😄 so many names I seem to stumble across for this cut of meat)


This is the recipe (as I remember anyways 😀)... So I guess, this is the guideline:


The wet rub (left on overnight) :
1tbsp Ginger
1tbsp Hoisin 
1/4tsp Garlic salt 
1tsp Light soy 
1tbsp Rice vinegar 
1/2tsp White pepper
1tsp Onion powder
1/2tsp Chinese 5spice powder



Smoked at 225°for about 2.5hrs (until IT175°f) **wishing I took a photo at this point..it was gorgeous.

Removed ribs to foil with  1tbsp Hoisin, 1.5tbsp honey, 1tsp rice vinegar, 1tbsp sesame seeds (or you could use 1/2tsp sesame oil). Spread that around on all ribs.  Foil it tight.  Finish for approx 2hrs at 225°f. (IT approx 200°? Not sure , didn't measure temp at end.)
Rest, while still wrapped for about 45min.


I ended up cutting this up and topping a veg/noodle stir fry! I would recommend trying something like this , next time they have country style ribs or even loin chops or something.  Going to try this rub on a chicken one of these weeks too!
post #2 of 3

Sounds delicious!

 

Great job!

 

Al

post #3 of 3

I call it meat candy, make sweet make it tender looks all good from here!

 

Happy smoking,

 

phatbac (Aaron)

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