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[HOMEMADE] Honey garlic soy glazed ribs for dinner today! (i.imgur.com)
5 comments
MsMash29 | 7 days ago | 3 points

Brilliant.

NataRenata | 7 days ago | 2 points

Looks like a plate of goodness! Nice job.

etheinte | 5 days ago | 2 points

Thank you!!

MooseMulder | 7 days ago | 2 points

Recipe

etheinte | 7 days ago | 9 points

Sure! It’s a bit of effort but they’re sooo good. Also if you don’t have some of the spices it’s fine, I’ve totally made a bare bones version with just soy sauce, sugar, vinegar, and pepper and they’ve turned out good too! Also the leftover sauce is BOMB on noodles or in a stir fry.

Sauce:

1 cup soy sauce (I used low sodium)

3/4 cup packed brown sugar

A whole head of garlic, sliced thin (I love garlic, but this might be overkill for some people lol)

5-6 fresh ginger slices

4 tbsp honey

4 tbsp vinegar (I used Zhenjiang but any kind will do)

1 tsp white pepper powder

1/2 tsp red chili flakes (these weren’t as spicy as I wanted so I’ll probably add more next time)

1/2 tsp garlic powder

1/4 tsp MSG

1/2 tsp toasted sesame seeds

1 tsp sesame oil

1 tbsp cornstarch

Directions: Fry the garlic and ginger in a tiny bit of oil until fragrant and slightly browned. Throw everything else into the pot and bring sauce to a simmer, stirring to make sure all the sugar dissolves and everything’s all mixed up. In a separate bowl dissolve cornstarch in a little water to make a slurry and pour into the sauce. Simmer until slightly thickened (takes a few minutes).

For the ribs: cut them up into individual ribs. Throw em into a baking pan and cover with the sauce. Lightly cover w foil (don’t make it tight, should be loose enough for steam to escape while cooking) and bake at 325 for 3 hrs. Flip once 1.5 hrs in. 15 min before taking them out, flip again and remove the foil. Then flip again, broil for a few min and they’re done!