Cider Spare Ribs

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

For the most part of my life, meat-centered meals were never my first choice. However, I recently came across a recipe book that has completely changed my diet for the better. (Check out the hyperlink below!) This spare rib dish will turn you into a meat lover after the first bite!

Equating to about 3.5 hours total, the cooking process for this meal is quite long. Don't let this discourage you though. The longer the ribs marinate, the tastier the outcome.


Spare rib marinade
Ground Black Pepper

Liquids for Braising
Mitsuya Cider (*Sprite will work too!)
Apple Cider Vinegar
Soy Sauce

Salad (optional)

Season the ribs generously and leave in the fridge to marinate. (I left them in overnight, but if you're feeling impatient 2hrs will work just fine.) Once the ribs have finished marinating, put the braising liquids in a pot and wait for it to bubble. After you have a nice simmer going, throw in the ribs and give them at least an hour on medium heat to become tender. Once they finish cooking, set the ribs to the side, and let the leftover liquid boil down. (This should take about 20 minutes.) Lastly, put the ribs back in the pot and give them a nice coating.

*As this recipe is not one of our originals, please consider purchasing the cookbook which details measurements here!



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