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Topic # 185788 5-Dec-2015 17:48
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Barbecue season is upon us.  I thought I'd share my favourite recipe - sticky ribs

Serves: 6  (apparently; three of us managed to get through this lot easily)
Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 50 minutes

1.5kg pork spare ribs

Marinade:

 

  • ½ cup HP sauce
  • 1½ cups pineapple juice
  • ¼ cup soy sauce
  • 1 tsp minced ginger
  • 1 tsp crushed garlic
  • 2 x ½ tsp cayenne pepper  - this is my own addition to give it a bit of zing, it wasn't in the original recipe
1. Cut the rack into 6-8 pieces and set aside.
2. To make the marinade combine the HP sauce,pineapple juice, soy sauce, ginger, garlic and optional ½ tsp cayenne pepper together.
3. Place the ribs in a large saucepan and pour over the marinade. Cover. Bring to the boil then reduce the heat and simmer for 30 minutes (I found that the marinade wasn't sufficient to cover all the ribs, so every ten minutes or so I'd move them around so they all got a fair soaking). Remove the ribs and set aside.
4. Add the rest of the cayenne pepper to the marinade and simmer until reduced and thickened.
5. Barbecue the cooked ribs over medium heat for 10-15 minutes, brushing with the reduced marinade, until sticky and golden.

Added bonus - our chickens love picking the last bits of meat of the discarded bones.




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  Reply # 1441126 5-Dec-2015 20:50
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Picanha (rump cap), coarse salt. Done.

For photos, click here. Stop salivating before touching keyboard again.




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  Reply # 1441149 5-Dec-2015 21:53
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freitasm: Picanha (rump cap), coarse salt. Done.

For photos, click here. Stop salivating before touching keyboard again.


Gaaahhhhhhhhhh! Steak......mmmmmmm (in best Homer Simpson voice!)





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1441150 5-Dec-2015 21:54
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freitasm: Picanha (rump cap), coarse salt. Done.

For photos, click here. Stop salivating before touching keyboard again.


Looks Good!



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  Reply # 1441151 5-Dec-2015 21:55
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Recipe?

1) Turn on BBQ

2) Heat to 300 C

3) place steak on, 2 minutes.

4) Flip steak, cook 2 minutes

5) Flip and cook 1 minute

6) Flip and cool 1 minure

7) Eat (making sure only to have bread and potatoes - nothing green etc)





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  Reply # 1441152 5-Dec-2015 21:55
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Geektastic: Recipe?

1) Turn on BBQ

2) Heat to 300 C

3) place steak on, 2 minutes.

4) Flip steak, cook 2 minutes

5) Flip and cook 1 minute

6) Flip and cool 1 minure

7) Eat (making sure only to have bread and potatoes - nothing green etc)


You've handled that meat twice more than you should have. 

2.5 minutes 1 side, 2.5 minutes the next. 

MOST IMPORTANTLY :::: R E S T it for 5 minutes!

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  Reply # 1441153 5-Dec-2015 21:56
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OP That's a nice recipe. 

I have a Weber Charcoal Grill, and my 3 Favourite things to do  on it at a rotiesserie Chicken, no flavouring just a little smoke. Also Lamb, which I normally buy 2 butterfly and throw generous quanitites of salt, pepper, rosemary, garlic and then roll and tie. 

Lastly I buy Crayfish tails from Oceanz Online, and then make up a butter with Chilli, Garlic, Salt, Pepper, Ginger, and lots of fresh parsley, and BBQ over blistering hot heat for 10 minutes. Out of this world.

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  Reply # 1441237 6-Dec-2015 08:41
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networkn: OP That's a nice recipe. 

I have a Weber Charcoal Grill, and my 3 Favourite things to do  on it at a rotiesserie Chicken, no flavouring just a little smoke. Also Lamb, which I normally buy 2 butterfly and throw generous quanitites of salt, pepper, rosemary, garlic and then roll and tie. 

Lastly I buy Crayfish tails from Oceanz Online, and then make up a butter with Chilli, Garlic, Salt, Pepper, Ginger, and lots of fresh parsley, and BBQ over blistering hot heat for 10 minutes. Out of this world.


I had a look on that site for crayfish but couldn't see any. Is there a secret page ? :)

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  Reply # 1441238 6-Dec-2015 08:43
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networkn: OP That's a nice recipe. 

I have a Weber Charcoal Grill, and my 3 Favourite things to do  on it at a rotiesserie Chicken, no flavouring just a little smoke. Also Lamb, which I normally buy 2 butterfly and throw generous quanitites of salt, pepper, rosemary, garlic and then roll and tie. 

Lastly I buy Crayfish tails from Oceanz Online, and then make up a butter with Chilli, Garlic, Salt, Pepper, Ginger, and lots of fresh parsley, and BBQ over blistering hot heat for 10 minutes. Out of this world.


I had a look on that site for crayfish but couldn't see any. Is there a secret page ? :)


Hmm Weird, they have removed it. I usually email them anyways, so perhaps try this. They are $30 a pop, but worth it, (to me at least).

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  Reply # 1441293 6-Dec-2015 11:13
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networkn:
Geektastic: Recipe?

1) Turn on BBQ

2) Heat to 300 C

3) place steak on, 2 minutes.

4) Flip steak, cook 2 minutes

5) Flip and cook 1 minute

6) Flip and cool 1 minure

7) Eat (making sure only to have bread and potatoes - nothing green etc)


You've handled that meat twice more than you should have. 

2.5 minutes 1 side, 2.5 minutes the next. 

MOST IMPORTANTLY :::: R E S T it for 5 minutes!


If you don't turn that many times it you can't get the nice criss cross pattern from the grill bars!





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  Reply # 1441883 7-Dec-2015 11:10
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Thick cut venison steak and asparagus.

Let the venison get to room temperature before cooking.

Preheat BBQ to 200C, then keep hood down except when flipping or rotating meat.
Brush venison generously with preferred BBQing oil (I use canola).
45 seconds on grill
Rotate 90 degrees (for criss-cross pattern)
45 seconds
Flip
45 seconds
Rotate 90 degrees
45 seconds
Take off grill and wrap in foil to rest.

While venison is resting:
Drop a bunch of asparagus on the grill and constantly turn while applying garlic butter until nicely charred.


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  Reply # 1441946 7-Dec-2015 12:28
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Anything here http://amazingribs.com/recipes/

This website is my go to for the BBQ.
The pulled pork of kings: http://amazingribs.com/recipes/porknography/perfect_pulled_pork.html

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  Reply # 1442673 8-Dec-2015 13:21
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slingynz: Anything here http://amazingribs.com/recipes/

This website is my go to for the BBQ.
The pulled pork of kings: http://amazingribs.com/recipes/porknography/perfect_pulled_pork.html


I'm gonna have a crack at the Pulled Pork over Xmas. 

I find it a real challenge to keep the temps in my Weber steady.

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  Reply # 1442682 8-Dec-2015 13:28
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slingynz: Anything here http://amazingribs.com/recipes/

This website is my go to for the BBQ.
The pulled pork of kings: http://amazingribs.com/recipes/porknography/perfect_pulled_pork.html


That made me Hungry!!

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  Reply # 1443013 8-Dec-2015 18:24
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I love pork ribs bbqed. I just asked hubby if he' d make us some for Christmas. Beats ham!!

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