Pork ribs baked, simmered, slow cooked, barbecued or all of the above! Lots of great recipes for baby back and spare ribs here.
These ribs are great because you can do all the preparation ahead of time and finished them off on the barbecue when the guests arrive.
Adapted from a microwave recipe. Everyone loves this as the meat is so tender and tasty. I always have to make a triple batch, so there are leftovers. Leftovers freeze well and reheat easily in the microwave.
This is a basting sauce intended to perfectly match pork spare ribs. Remember to keep basting through the cooking process and you'll be amazed.
These are tender and the meat falls right off the bone. Try and get baby back ribs or pork loin ribs but any ribs will do. All time to marinate them overnight. If you want to make your own BBQ sauce try this recipe
This is a traditional Szechuan style rib preparation with the ribs being slowly simmered then pan fried before being covered in a sweet and sour style sauce.
Kids especially love this moderately sweet and sour dish. Super easy to make as part of a Chinese feast!
Mouthwateringly good - these ribs will go down a treat. They do take time, but they make a sensational meal served with coleslaw, baked beans and/or your favourite green salad.
This is a delicious way to prepare pork spare ribs - stir fried with a spicy sauce and onions. You can thicken the sauce with a little cornflour mixed with water if desired.
In this dish, pork spare ribs are simmered first to tenderise the meat and to remove some of the fat, before being roasted in a deliciously sticky orange and mustard glaze. Choose the meatiest ribs you can find.
These ribs are covered in a spicy sticky sauce and are best eaten with the fingers, accompanied by potatoes and a salad.