Ribs go with any occasion, and this timeless meat dish is a popular barbeque mainstay around the world, mainly because there are so many variations, and with a little creativity, one can always come up with something a little different. There must be thousands of great rib recipes out there, and for those who like to impress, here are ten of the best.
1. Pork ribs with orange – brown sauce is one of the tastiest recipes available. The sauce includes tomato paste, orange juice, onion, chilli, and garlic powder give it a unique taste. If a person is looking for #Perth eats, check out Tony Roma’s superb steak house in Perth, where they have everything for the steak lover.
2. Oven cooked ribs are a welcome change, with a rub made from salt, a cup of brown sugar, a teaspoon of hickory smoke salt, garlic pepper, and paprika. Mix this with a cup of one’s favourite barbeque sauce, and rub on the ribs thickly before putting them into a 300F pre-heated oven.
3. Cajun grilled pork ribs are an excellent choice, as they are cooked using medium heat, which is hot enough to keep them tender, but not hot enough to burn the surface. Mix the sauce and marinate the ribs for a few hours, forking them regularly to allow the mix to penetrate the meat. If one is in Western Australia, and looking for the best ribs in Perth, there are some amazing restaurants that specialise in ribs.
4. Hot baby back ribs give the meal some real spice, and they should be marinated overnight in the fridge. Sweet chilli sauce, ketchup, brown sugar, and ginger make up the sauce, with a twist of lemon to aid the marination process.
5. Honey and soy make up a sauce that is guaranteed to give the meal an Asian flavour. This works well with all types of ribs, and don’t be afraid to experiment with spices, to create a unique taste. The best steak can also be included in this, so don’t be afraid to include this in a dinner menu, if steak is the main course.
6. Low and slow is the way to cook baby back ribs, and by smoking them for a few hours over hickory wood chips, the flavour will be great. Remember to spray them with apple juice to keep them moist, and finally, wrap in foil and oven cook for two hours.
7. Herb rubbed ribs are perfect if the occasion calls for something different. The rub contains creole seasoning, pepper, garlic powder, and this permeates the meat quickly, so no need to marinate.
8. Baby loin back ribs can be slowly cooked, basting a sweet barbeque sauce every twenty minutes. This results in really tender ribs, with a sweetness that’s hard to beat.
There are so many ways to cook ribs, and this allows for a variation, depending on the mood. With sweet and spicy alternatives, there is something to suit every taste.