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Yum, a really delicious marinade and the lime dipping sauce was a great touch. I couldn't get baby back ribs locally so had to substitute larger spareribs. Because dipping the larger ribs wouldn't have been practical instead I seasoned with the salt & pepper at the table and squeezed over the lime.
95F outside and DH working from home, I made as directed but oven baked them by wrapping them in foil and placing on a baking sheet (baked at 300F for 2 1/2 hours). Ribs were tender and juicy and had a wonderful mild flavor. The fresh ginger came thru nicely. We too splashed some fresh lime on the ribs after cooking, but preferred them best without the lime. Great recipe, thanks for sharing. Made for PRMR
These are a tamed down version of Korean BBQ ribs. Meaning they have all the delicious flavor without the heat. I threw these on the grill and they came out just how I like them - tender, but chewy, not too soft and not falling off the bone (I hate that). The dipping sauce was bright. I also did not use baby back ribs, but something called pork pieces (hey, it was on sale!)
I used larger ribs and baked them in the oven, its too cold here to bbq right now. I marinaded them overnight, the ribs were incredible, we loved the flavor. We dipped ours in the sauce, it made them hot, spicy and fresh tasting. Kudos on an excellent recipe that I will make again, can't wait to try these on the grill. Thanks for sharing AZPARZYCH.
I followed 2Bleu's lead & baked these tasty ribs! Also cut the recipe in half for just the 2 of us but other than that, the recipe was followed! Absolutely wonderful main dish & a recipe worth keeping around! Thanks for sharing it! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]