Chinese Spareribs 1 tablespoon Chinese five-spice powder 1 full rack St. Louis-style spareribs, cut into individual ribs (about 3 pounds total) cup hoisin sauce cup shaoxing wine or dry sherry 2 tablespoons soy sauce cup honey
Chinatown Char Siu Ribs Or Pork Taste Great Cooked Indoors Or Out.Everybody loves those Chinese restaurant ribs. The secret is not the sauce, it's the marinade. You can do them at home on the grill or in the oven with this recipe.
Fall-Off-The-Bone Ribs. I have made ribs in a similar fashion using the oven, but am intrigued by the rubbing of lemon before adding the dry rub. I want to try her dry rub and bbq sauce as well! Her dry rub is eh.
Every summer roles around and we go through the same conversation: Me: “What should we make for the bbq/party/cook-out?” Him: “Chicken?” Me: “Cutlets or on the bone?” Him: “On the bone with bbq sauce.” Me: “Ugh.
Hoisin and Ginger Spareribs by Saveur. Pork spareribs are marinated and basted in a sweet-spicy sauce—with layers of flavor including sesame, pepper, ginger, hoisin, and garlic—in this recipe from Napa Valley winemaker Christopher Vandendriessche.