I found this recipe from my old Turbo Broiler’s instruction manual and cookbook. I did not know that I still have this and was surprised to find it while cleaning out one of my cabinets.
It’s about time I give at least one of the recipes a try and the spare ribs recipe appealed to me.It was worth it, the meat packs in a lot of flavor from the marinade.
The recipe says to bake it but I chose to boil the spare ribs with the marinade until tender and then I put it on the stove top grill to brown.
Whether you choose to bake or broil make sure that you cook it long enough to get a really tender, fall of the bone meat.
- Combine all ingredients in a large pot except for the spare ribs.
- Stir mixture well then add the spareribs.
- Set pot in the stove over medium-high heat/fire.
- Let it come to a boil then lower heat and let the spareribs simmer until it's tender.
- Check every now and then to see if there's still enough liquid.
- Add more water if necessary.
- When ribs are fork-tender, take it out of the pot.
- If the remaining liquid is too runny, reduce it by letting it boil some more until it gets sauce-like consistency.
- Pour and spread or brush it over the cooked ribs.
- Heat a grill pan over high heat on the stove.
- Brush it with a some oil then put the ribs on the grill pan and cook just until browned.
- Serve with rice or your favorite side.
ANOTHER WAY OF COOKING:
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- Put spare ribs in a baking dish.
- Combine all the remaining ingredients in a bowl and pour it over spare ribs.
- Cover baking dish with foil.
- Put in the preheated oven and bake for an hour or until spare ribs is tender.
- Turn oven temperature to 375°F.
- Remove foil from the pan.
- Broil spare ribs until it gets brown on top.
- Take out of the oven and let cool.
- Let rest for about 10 minutes before serving. Enjoy!
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