Baby Back Ribs

baby back ribs
baby back ribs
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Yields1 Serving
DifficultyBeginnerPrep Time10 minsCook Time2 hrsTotal Time2 hrs 10 mins

Ingredients

Method

For the Ribs
 2 racks baby back ribs (approx 1 Kg each)
 1 Tbsp maldon sea salt
For the Marinade
 140 ml haitian hottie chilli sauce
 150 ml water
 2 limes, zested and juiced
 5 cloves garlic
 4 Tbsp dark soy sauce
 10 cm ginger, finely grated
1

Combine all of the marinade ingredients together in blender until very smooth.

2

Remove any membrane from the racks of ribs and then place into a large tray with all of the marinade for at least 60 Minutes covered up.

3

Heat the BBQ and brush the grill clean, turn the heat to low and put a little oil on the grill bars and then place the ribs bone side down on the grill for 15 Minutes.

4

Put the ribs up to the area where you placed your cooked meats and turn the ribs over and cook meat side down for a further 30 Minutes. This will allow the indirect heat to add flavour and cook them slowly. Cooking them fast will ruin the quality of the meat.

5

Brush the ribs with marinade as you see fit and ensure the cover of the BBQ is replaced to ensure the flavour stays locked in.

6

Stack the ribs on top of each other and rate them around for the rest of the cooking time.

Ingredients

For the Ribs
 2 racks baby back ribs (approx 1 Kg each)
 1 Tbsp maldon sea salt
For the Marinade
 140 ml haitian hottie chilli sauce
 150 ml water
 2 limes, zested and juiced
 5 cloves garlic
 4 Tbsp dark soy sauce
 10 cm ginger, finely grated

Directions

1

Combine all of the marinade ingredients together in blender until very smooth.

2

Remove any membrane from the racks of ribs and then place into a large tray with all of the marinade for at least 60 Minutes covered up.

3

Heat the BBQ and brush the grill clean, turn the heat to low and put a little oil on the grill bars and then place the ribs bone side down on the grill for 15 Minutes.

4

Put the ribs up to the area where you placed your cooked meats and turn the ribs over and cook meat side down for a further 30 Minutes. This will allow the indirect heat to add flavour and cook them slowly. Cooking them fast will ruin the quality of the meat.

5

Brush the ribs with marinade as you see fit and ensure the cover of the BBQ is replaced to ensure the flavour stays locked in.

6

Stack the ribs on top of each other and rate them around for the rest of the cooking time.

Baby Back Ribs