Grilled coffee pork ribs

AuthorShu Han

This recipe is from Shu Han, from Mummy, I can cook!

Yields1 Serving
 1/2 a rack of pork ribs 2 tbsp pure coffee powder 4 tbsp unrefined sugar 1 tsp ground cinnamon 1 tsp ground coriander generous dash of freshly ground black pepper generous pinch of unrefined sea salt some leftover rub 1 tbsp strong pure coffee powder 1 tbsp good oyster sauce 1 tbsp dark/ blackstrap molasses
1

Peel off the tough membrane that covers the bony side of the ribs. Rub the ribs all over with the rub mixture, and leave to marinade overnight for best results.

2

Lay ribs, meaty side down, on 3 layers of foil, shiny side out. Cover with 3 layers of foil and crimp edges of foil tightly to seal.

3

Now you can place in a preheated oven at 150 degrees celsius for 2 1/2 hours, or if you want to show off your bbq prowess/ insist on doing it the authentic way, place it over low heat  (110 degrees celsius for 3 hours) on the grill, flipping over halfway through.

4

After the 2 1/2 to 3 hours, the ribs should be tender and cooked (and the inner layers of foil should be kind of burnt and you'll be glad I made you use 3 layers of foil)Now unwrap the ribs, and brush on the glaze. Place over the grill for a few min until bubbly, then repeat on the other side, then keep repeating about 5 times or till happy. (If you want to do this in the oven, broil for 2 min on each side.) 

5

Let the ribs rest off the grill for 5-10 min before carving and serving. No cutlery required, eat with hands, and lick your fingers after.

CategoryCuisine

Ingredients

 1/2 a rack of pork ribs 2 tbsp pure coffee powder 4 tbsp unrefined sugar 1 tsp ground cinnamon 1 tsp ground coriander generous dash of freshly ground black pepper generous pinch of unrefined sea salt some leftover rub 1 tbsp strong pure coffee powder 1 tbsp good oyster sauce 1 tbsp dark/ blackstrap molasses

Directions

1

Peel off the tough membrane that covers the bony side of the ribs. Rub the ribs all over with the rub mixture, and leave to marinade overnight for best results.

2

Lay ribs, meaty side down, on 3 layers of foil, shiny side out. Cover with 3 layers of foil and crimp edges of foil tightly to seal.

3

Now you can place in a preheated oven at 150 degrees celsius for 2 1/2 hours, or if you want to show off your bbq prowess/ insist on doing it the authentic way, place it over low heat  (110 degrees celsius for 3 hours) on the grill, flipping over halfway through.

4

After the 2 1/2 to 3 hours, the ribs should be tender and cooked (and the inner layers of foil should be kind of burnt and you'll be glad I made you use 3 layers of foil)Now unwrap the ribs, and brush on the glaze. Place over the grill for a few min until bubbly, then repeat on the other side, then keep repeating about 5 times or till happy. (If you want to do this in the oven, broil for 2 min on each side.) 

5

Let the ribs rest off the grill for 5-10 min before carving and serving. No cutlery required, eat with hands, and lick your fingers after.

Grilled coffee pork ribs