Savoury and Spicy Pork Button Ribs

Savoury And Spicy Pork Button Ribs
Recipe by Dragon

These savoury pork button ribs make me think of summer. I cooked these gorgeous ribs in the oven but they can easily be grilled on a barbeque when the weather is nicer....which I hope will be really soon. :) Enjoy!

Serves: 4-6

Ingredients:
2 large garlic cloves, minced
1 large bay leaf, crumbled fine
2 teaspoons paprika
1 tablespoon kosher or coarse salt
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 teaspoon chili paste
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 lbs of pork button ribs
lemon slices to garnish

Directions:
1. Using a mortar and pestle (or food processor), mash the garlic, bay leaf, paprika, salt, chili paste, sugar, black pepper, olive oil and lemon juice into a paste.

2. Put the paste mixture into a large ziploc bag. Add ribs to the bag, seal the bag and rub the paste all over the ribs. Refrigerate for at least 3 hours.

3. Preheat the oven to 350°F. Let the ribs sit a room temperature until the oven is preheated.

4. Arrange the ribs on a lightly greased cookie sheet and place in the center of the oven. Cook ribs for about 30-40 minutes, or until they turn golden brown and are fully cooked; turn occasionally.

5. Let the ribs rest for 5 minutes then cut the them into sections. Squeeze some lemon juice over the ribs and serve with additional lemon slices.

25 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

These looks so good! Really flavorful!

Cheers,

Rosa

Nina's Culinary Creations said...

Hello Dragon; I don't know how I've lost your blog address. I'm more then happy to see you again!
Sincerely, Nina

Kerstin said...

Your ribs look SO good - my hubby would go crazy over these!

Sara said...

These look so delicious, I've been thinking about making ribs lately, your picture makes me want to do it right now!

Jeff said...

This looks amazing and I am thinking a grill would be perfect.

Awesome job!

Dawn said...

I love seeing what ingredients people use as a seasoning/rub. Perfect.

Spryte said...

These look so tasty!

Netts Nook said...

What tasty ribs. Can't wait to try the apple cocktail..........

mesa para 4 said...

Yes... they look like summer´s coming :-)

gaga said...

I've never heard of pork button ribs. It looks super tasty!

Joie de vivre said...

Thanks so much for visiting my blog! I am all about the ribs. Yours look so good with all of the spices.

Amanda said...

My boyfriend would propose to me if I made these for him. They look and sound amazing!

Thanks for visiting my blog! I appreciate your comment. I look forward to following yours.

Megan said...

these ribs are right up my alley. Cant wait for the dog days of summer! :)

Amelia said...

These made me so hungry; looks absolutely delicious! Will have to give it a try soon.

SK said...

There is now a dragon berry rum from Bacardi. :) Thought of you when I saw the name.

Rochelle Yerrick said...

Thank You! :) It's a Pampered Chef recipe slightly modified..very delicious and definitely worth trying on a busy night.

I'm loovvinngg your blog and so many of your recipes; I keep saving so many of them to add to my weekly menus :)

Madam Chow said...

My husband would love this. I've been so busy that I'm just catching up on cooking, blogging, and reading, and everything you've been making looks sooo good!

2 Stews said...

A perfect Hello to Spring! With my need to rush Spring I will be making these ribs tomorrow night!
Thanks for visiting our blog. I look forward to following yours! Pam of 2 stews

Amanda said...

Gorgeous ribs--they sound yummy!

By the way, what are 'button' ribs? I've never heard that term before.

Maria said...

My hubby will love me even more if I make this for dinner:)

Dragon said...

Amanda: Here is some info on pork button ribs - http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--308/pork-ribs.asp

Amanda said...

Aha! So they are the 'floating' ribs--excellent info. Thanks for clarifying!

Jeph said...

I'd never heard of button ribs before...interesting!

Those look/sound REALLY good! I wonder how they'd be out on the smoker!?

Peter M said...

Ummm, more ribs on the readr plate...this is killing me and I'm about to fast before Greek Easter. The dry rub you used sounds delish.

Jude said...

I can only imagine how good this must be with that spice mix..

 
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