+

Baby Back Pork Ribs Recipe

Sign up to save this recipe to your profile Sign Up Now ›
2-3 people Easy
Total: Active:
3 Ratings 

Ingredients (4)

  • Baby Back Pork Ribs
  • Oyster Sauce
  • Oregano
  • Lemon Juice
Try Amazon Fresh

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.

Baby Back Pork Ribs Recipe

I have taken ideas from 4 different restaurants that I have worked in. One was Greek, one Italian, one American Cuisine, and one Asian Cuisine. I have blended all of these various cuisines to create a fabulous Rib recipe. I hope the mdoerators don’t mind, but please check my website for other great recipes, and more detailed instructions on this recipe. http://www.tixxie.com

Instructions

  1. 1In a LARGE pot fill 3/4 with water, add a full onion, cut into four. Throw in a few Bay Leaves, a few bulbs of garlic and any other seasoning or herbs you care for. I use fresh oregano. Add the ribs and boil for 1-4 hours (4 is better).
  2. 2In a large mixing bowl, pour 1/4 cup of Oyster Sauce. Add 2 tbl. melted butter, and 1/4 cup Szchewan Sauce .Mix all of the ingredients together.
  3. 3Toss all of the ribs into the mixture, coating each rib well. Place the ribs onto the BBQ and heat them for only about 5 minutes. You can also put the ribs into a hot oven (450 degrees), but a BBQ works better.
  4. 4In the same mixing bowl you used earlier (hopefully there is a little ‘juice’ leftover in it) add the ribs. Sprinkle with dried Oregano flakes and toss the ribs. To finish, squeeze a whole fresh lemon onto the ribs as you toss them in the bowl.
Load Comments

Recommended from Chowhound

What Is Chuseok (aka, Korean Thanksgiving)?
Explore

What Is Chuseok (aka, Korean Thanksgiving)?

by Eileen Cho | As a Seoul born, Korean American raised on the west coast of the United States, I always felt like...

Did You Know Oktoberfest Started as a Wedding Celebration?
Explainers

Did You Know Oktoberfest Started as a Wedding Celebration?

by Toniann Pasqueralle | This year, from September 21 to October 6, the world is celebrating Oktoberfest. To most (myself included...

The Ultimate "Farewell Summer, Hello Fall" Guide
Recipe Round-Ups

The Ultimate "Farewell Summer, Hello Fall" Guide

by Chowhound Editors | Summer produce—heirloom tomatoes, peaches, corn—is still available in many places, but we can feel...