Dry Garlic Ribs

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Dry Garlic Ribs created by SEvans
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30mins
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directions

  • Cut your pork ribs into cubes or bite size pieces.
  • In a ziplock bag mix soysauce, hoisin sauce, garlic powder& Onion Powder.
  • Mix thoroughly.
  • Put the pork pieces into the bag and refridgerate in the marinade as long as possible- overnight is best.
  • When ready to cook the pork pieces- drain off any excess marinade.
  • Mix together the flour and cornstarch in either a bowl or a bag.
  • Put the pork pieces in to the flour mixture a few at a time to coat them.
  • Tap off any excess flour and deep fry/fry in the heated oil.
  • Sprinkle the cooked ribs with a bit more garlic after they are cooked.
  • Serve hot or cold.
  • Prep time does not include marinade time.
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  1. Debi Pinard
    Can I put them in the oven
     
  2. Edward P.
    Everyone loved them. Used half the cornstarch and flour. Also the second time round used a lower sodium soya sauce.
     
  3. Chilicat
    I saved this recipe years ago and only now got around to trying it out. What can I say? My super-picky DH loved it so much he told me to put it in the dinner rotation, it was THAT good. I used boneless country style ribs and marinated for about 6 hours. The only thing I would recommend is to use a lighter/sweeter soy sauce (Aloha is my fave) so it doesn't get too salty during the marination period. Delicious!
     
  4. Douglas G.
    Easiest ribs you'll ever make.<br/>21/2 minutes at 345F and they're perfectly done.<br/>I didn't add any garlic to the ribs after cooking: They seem fine without.<br/>This is a GREAT recipe. Reminds me of my school days in Thunder Bay! :)
     
  5. Madonna 66
    Delicious!! Only had time to marinade for about 6 hours but that was plenty. Next time I will cut the rind off the BONELESS pork rashers I used, kids didn't like the 'fat' very much. Meat was so tender and cooked in only 2-3 minutes! This is a keeper and may try with thinly sliced beef too.....
     
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