Prep 5 hrs
Cook 25 mins
Good as an appetizer too! These are like a dry garlic rib. Try doing a Dim Sum brunch your friends will love it (if they like oriental food).
- In a bowl mix all the ingredients together stirring to dissolve the sugar (Except the ribs).
- Arrange pork in an oven proof dish and pour the sauce over the ribs.
- Cover with aluminum foil and marinate in the refrigerator for at least 5 hours, rotating ribs occasionally.
- Preheat oven to 375°F.
- Roast covered for 25 minutes, remove foil and continue cooking until the sauce is just a sticky glace on the ribs.
- You may now serve them (hot) or freeze them for later use.
- To freeze, place them on a cookie sheet and freeze individually.
- Once frozen put them in a large freezer proof bag for later use.
- When you want to serve them spread them on a cookie sheet and place frozen ribs in 350°F oven for about 15 minutes or until hot through.
really good rib recipe. i lowered the cooking temp. and cooked them longer, but just because i was preparing other food. they were falling off the bone tender. and tasted great.
My friends and I had a dim sum party over the weekend and my girlfriend made this one. We used apple juice instead of the sherry and I don't think any flavor was lost at all. These are the perfect little finger food. Thanks for posting
the aroma when these are cooking are out-of-the-world! i added some 5-spice powder, cause i love it on ribs. i cooked them for total of 50 minutes or so. i did lowered the temp a little at the last 15 minutes. the meat is still a little chewy - just the way i like it. i marinated the ribs for 6 hours, but the taste is not really as 'strong' or intense i expected. maybe i'm just used to very salty food (i'm chinese after all! LOL). thanks bergy, i would definitely do this again, maybe with other cuts/meat - i really love the marinade! i also made your potstickers. :)