Asian pork ribs | Sticky Pork Ribs

These are the sticky pork ribs that you could probably have every weekend. These Asian Pork Ribs are delicious and easy recipe, which you could have on your own or serve to your family and friends in no time at all. The best thing about it is that it only has four simple ingredients:

These are the sticky pork ribs that you could probably have every weekend. These Asian Pork Ribs are delicious and super easy recipe, which you could have on your own or serve to your family and friends in no time at all.
Asian Pork Ribs that are super easy to make

Sticky Pork Ribs

This is one of those times when you must talk to your butcher and tell him or her that you need meaty pork ribs. You can choose spare ribs or baby back ribs. Just make sure that you leave the meat shop with very meaty ribs in your shopping bag.

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    Once you have your pork ribs in your kitchen, separate the ribs. Doing so will surround each rib with that sticky and sweet sauce. Also, separating the ribs will expose more of the ribs to heat.

    These are the sticky pork ribs that you could probably have every weekend. These Asian Pork Ribs are delicious and super easy recipe, which you could have on your own or serve to your family and friends in no time at all.
    Hoisin Sauce Ribs with sticky sauce

    Hoisin Sauce

    Hoisin sauce is also known as Chinese barbecue sauce. In Chinese cuisine, this pungent sauce is usually added to marinades, dips, stir-fried dishes, and grilled dishes. It is a mixture composed of vinegar, fermented soy, sweetener, chili, and garlic. Hoisin sauce is thick, sticky, and dark.

    Taste it on its own and you will find it slightly sweet, salty, and exploding with all those well-combined Asian flavors. It is an acquired taste, but Hoisin sauce is always incorporated into traditional Vietnamese and Chinese dishes.

    If you like Asian food, Hoisin sauce is the right barbecue sauce for you. If this is the first time you have Hoisin sauce in your dish, use a small amount and dilute it with a bit of oil or water.

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    The Ketchup

    Hoisin sauce is not enough to make the sauce perfectly flavorful and sticky You should add ketchup to it but this is optional. In this recipe, I omitted the ketchup and it turned out perfectly delicious. Ketchup is a tangy and sweet sauce made from vinegar, spices, seasonings, sweetener, and tomatoes.

    These are the sticky pork ribs that you could probably have every weekend. These Asian Pork Ribs are delicious and super easy recipe, which you could have on your own or serve to your family and friends in no time at all.
    Sticky Pork Ribs Recipe with sticky sauce
    Some ketchup recipes include ginger, onions, coriander, cinnamon, celery, allspice, mustard, cloves, garlic, and cumin. Ketchup is a common condiment for greasy or fried foods such as sandwiches, French fries, hot dogs, tater tots, hamburgers, meat pies, chicken tenders, fried meat, cooked eggs, and grilled meat. Because it is sweet and tangy, it is a great addition to the special sauce for this recipe.

    Sriracha Sauce

    This is a type of chili sauce or hot sauce, made from a paste that consists of salt, chili peppers, garlic, distilled vinegar, and sugar. It may have been a condiment, created at local restaurants in Si Racha, situated in the Chonburi Province of Eastern Thailand.

    This was believed to have been the reason it was named Sriracha. In Vietnam, it is a condiment for fried noodles, phở, sauces, and spring rolls. In Thailand, Sriracha is a dip for seafood. You can put Sriracha on everything. It makes food spicier. The sticky sauce in this recipe needs spiciness and Sriracha always delivers.

    Go ahead and impress with this mouth-watering yet straightforward dish. There is nothing more comforting than sticky sweet, tender pork ribs to go home to after a hectic work week.

    How to Cook the Asian Pork Ribs

    1. Preheat the oven to 120°C / 248°F. Mix the hoisin, bbq sauce and sriracha (optional) in a large bowl. Reserve 1/2 cup in a separate bowl for basting later. Set aside. 

    2. Season the pork ribs with salt, then place them in the prepared sauce and toss each rib to coat them evenly.

    Line the baking tray with foil and arrange the pork ribs on top. Use another sheet of foil and cover the top, sealing the bottom and top foil to form a tight “foil bag”. 

    3. Cook in a pre-heated oven for 2 hours. Or you can place the pork ribs in an instant pot and press “manual” and set the time to 30. ​ 

    4. After the ribs are cooked in the oven, transfer the “foil bag” in the heat-proof surface and remove the top foil cover. Now, you can turn the oven to 200°C / 390°F.  

    5. Place the ribs on another lined baking tray and brush each rib generously with the reserved sauce and put the ribs back in the oven uncovered for about 7-10 minutes or until the edges of the ribs start to char.  

    6. Take the ribs off from the oven and arrange into a serving plate. Serve with rice and prepare lots of napkins. 

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    Sticky Pork Ribs

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    These are the sticky pork ribs that you could probably have every weekend. These Asian Pork Ribs are delicious and super easy recipe, which you could have on your own or serve to your family and friends in no time at all.
    Servings: 5
    Prep Time 15 minutes
    Cook Time 2 hours
    Total Time 2 hours 15 minutes

    Ingredients:

    • 1 kg rack of pork spare ribs cut into individual ribs

    For the Sauce:

    • 1 cup hoisin sauce
    • 1 cup barbecue sauce any brand will do
    • ½ cup sriracha sauce or any spicy sauce – *this is optional
    • 1 tsp sea salt

    Instructions:

    • Preheat the oven to 120°C / 248 °F

    Prepare the Sauce:

    • Mix the hoisin, bbq sauce and sriracha (optional) in a large bowl. Reserve 1/2 cup in a separate bowl for basting later. Set aside.

    Prepare the Ribs:

    • Season the pork ribs with salt, then place them in the prepared sauce and toss each rib to coat them evenly.
    • Line the baking tray with foil and arrange the pork ribs on top. Use another sheet of foil and cover the top, sealing the bottom and top foil to form a tight “foil bag”.
    • Cook in a pre-heated oven for 2 hours. Or you can place the pork ribs in an instant pot and press “manual” and set the time to 30. ​
    • After the ribs are cooked in the oven, transfer the “foil bag” in the heat-proof surface and remove the top foil cover. Now, you can turn the oven to 200°C / 390 °F.
    • Place the ribs on another lined baking tray and brush each rib generously with the reserved sauce and put the ribs back in the oven uncovered for about 7-10 minutes or until the edges of the ribs start to char.
    • Take the ribs off from the oven and arrange into a serving plate. Serve with rice and prepare lots of napkins.
    Nutrition Facts
    Sticky Pork Ribs
    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 222 Calories from Fat 18
    % Daily Value*
    Fat 2g3%
    Saturated Fat 1g6%
    Cholesterol 2mg1%
    Sodium 2575mg112%
    Potassium 233mg7%
    Carbohydrates 48g16%
    Fiber 2g8%
    Sugar 34g38%
    Protein 2g4%
    Vitamin A 167IU3%
    Vitamin C 19mg23%
    Calcium 36mg4%
    Iron 1mg6%
    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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    Keywords: asian pork ribs, hoisin baby back ribs, hoisin sauce ribs, porkribs, sriracha ribs, sticky pork ribs, sticky pork ribs recipe

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    10 thoughts on “Asian pork ribs | Sticky Pork Ribs”

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    3. My family LOVED This! We added extra sriracha because my kids and husband love it so much. Huge hit- can’t wait to make it again.

    4. I so love this recipe… I tried it and it was so yummy 🙂 my family loves it. I omitted the sriracha though because my kid doesn’t like it spicy.

    5. Ingrid Wilson

      Is ketchup ( what we call tomato sauce in South Africa) the same as barbecue sauce? Can one use ketchup instead of barbecue sauce in your recipe?

    6. Omg! I love that this so easy to create.. I will be making this tomorrow.. I guess, I will skip with the sriracha because my kiddo has a zero tolerance with spicy food.. Yum!! Thank you for sharing.

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