How to Make Ribs
A man can't live without meat. Everyone has tasted meat at some point in their lives. Meat provides us with proteins and other nutrient elements. Everyone knows how to cook chicken legs or a nice juicy peace of pork. But we don't cook ribs often, even though they are incredibly delicious. Here is a couple of recipes that will help you cook ribs.
Spicy ribs with vegetables
- Fresh spareribs (with meat);
- Vinegar or lemon juice.
First you need to make marinade. Combine a little vinegar / lemon juice, mustard, mayo & ketchup, spices (pepper), salt, soy sauce (if you like) in a bowl. Place the ribs in the marinade, then put the bowl in a fridge for a couple of hours.
Cut potatoes in large pieces. Cut carrots in medium pieces and fry them (just a little bit). Mix carrots with raw potatoes. Add salt. Add pepper, spices and mayo (if you like) to the vegetables.
Place foil on a baking sheet. Put carrots and potatoes on foil. Place the ribs on top of the vegetables. You can place black pepper peas between the ribs if you want. Cover the ribs in marinade. Then cover the ribs and garnish with foil and place them in the oven for an hour or hour and a half. 10 minutes before they are ready, remove the foil to uncover the ribs so they get crispy.
Juicy ribs with potatoes
- Half a cup tomato sauce;
- Quarter a cup honey;
- 2 tbsp. vinegar;
- 1 tbsp. brown sugar;
- 1 tsp. powdered mustard;
- 2 lbs. beef ribs;
- Oil for frying;
- 4 potatoes;
- Spinach leaves
Mix tomato sauce, honey, vinegar, sugar, mustard and salt and pepper (you may add some soy sauce if you like), add ribs and live them in a fridge for about an hour.
Cook ribs and potatoes
Preheat the oven 390 degree F. Place the ribs on baking paper and bake for an hour. Don't forget to turn them over. Meanwhile, slice the potatoes and cook them in a frying pan in a plenty of oil.
Before serving, place potatoes on paper towels so it absorbs the excess of oil.
- Don't forget to turn on a cooker hood when cooking vegetables and ribs (if cooking inside).
- Don't let children near the oven.
- Don't let your toddler eat the ribs - they may be hard on their sensitive stomachs.
As you can see, there's nothing too complicated in cooking ribs. We highly recommend you using fresh meat and not frozen one - this way it will be much more tender. Be careful with spices and not overdo them. And make sure you are not keeping the ribs for too long on the heat so you don't dry them out completely.
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