Beer Basted Boar Ribs recipe from World of Warcraft
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- 1-1,5 kg of pork ribs;
- 1 tbsp olive oil;
- 2 small onions or one medium;
- 2 cloves garlic;
- 1 cup of ketchup;
- 1 bottle of light beer;
- 2 tbsp of Worcester sauce;
- 1/4 tsp chili (adjust the spice to taste);
- 3 tbsp honey;
- 1 tbsp apple or wine vinegar.
How Cooking Beer Basted Boar Ribs
1. Turn on the oven at 130 C;
2. If necessary, clean and rinse the ribs. Then blot them thoroughly to get rid of excess moisture and generously season with salt and pepper;
3. Cover the pan with foil or pour some water into it;
4. Set the grill from above and put the ribs with meaty side up;
5. Set the timer for 3 hours;
6. Heat the oil in a small frying pan and add finely chopped onion and garlic. Cook 3-5 minutes on medium heat;
7. Add all other ingredients;
8. Cook over medium heat for 20-30 minutes, stirring occasionally until it turns into a sauce. Closer to the end of cooking, it’s a good idea mix it all up with an immersion blender. It’s only a matter of seconds, but the sauce will obtain a homogeneous structure with no small pieces of onion or garlic. After that, return the sauce to the fire and cook a little more;
9. Try the sauce. The taste should evenly sweet, sour, and spicy. You might want to add honey or sugar after that;
10. Oil the ribs every 20-30 minutes without turning them over. You can lift the ribs and oil the lower part a couple of times.
11. Take the ribs out and let them rest for a while.
Folks, this is delicious, I’m telling you. After such a long bake, meat retains juiciness and falls into fibers out of a touch. The icing here makes half the work. I recommend eating the ribs with a cold beer or an apple cider.
I like it for simplicity. All the actions are reduced to oiling the ribs with the sauce. After that, it’s only a contemplation of the magical caramelization process.
Technical issues and replacements:
— You can replace the ribs with beef. But I like the pork for its fattiness and juiciness;
— Ketchup can be replaced with a tomato juice;
— If you wish, you can replace the beer in sauce with a tomato juice or chicken broth;
— Out of experience, I can tell that pineapple juice goes perfectly well with this sauce;
— A spoonful of soy sauce will add salinity to your sauce. But I recommend not getting carried away;
— Instead of onions and garlic, you can add powdered dried onions and garlic;
— And instead of this sauce you can a BBQ sauce.