Sometimes, the simplest recipes are the best. These succulent pork ribs are great at barbecues and can be served cold at picnics, yet they only take a few minutes to prepare. Although this recipe calls for pork ribs, the marinade works equally well on belly draft, pork chops, chicken wings, or even Quorn fillets.
Honey Barbecue Ribs
Simple succulent pork ribs for your next 'cue.
Preheat your oven to 425°.
Cut the pork into individual ribs.
Mix the honey, parsley, five-spice seasoning, and soy in a cup or bowl.
Coat the ribs in the marinade and leave the pork to rest for at least 2 hours.
Place the ribs in an oven-safe pan and cook for approximately 45 minutes. Turn and baste occasionally during cooking.
Increase the temperature to 475° for a further 10 minutes. This will help to caramelize the tips of the ribs.
Serve your ribs on a bed of turmeric rice, with a choice of barbecue, lime, and chili dipping sauces.