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How many of you are grillers? I was always intimidated because everyone I know, myself included owns gas grills. Every time I have a BBQ, I would have someone turn the gas on and off for me. A few weeks ago, I decided to get a charcoal grill. It’s totally uncomplicated, I can finally get my grill on without help.
Korean BBQ is one of my favorites. It’s delicious explosion of flavor may shy people away from making it at home, but this is probably one of the most easiest dinners I’ve made in a long time. Not only am I going to share how to make Korean BBQ ribs, but I made a new fave:
Start off with Smithfield Extra Tender Ribs.
1 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup mirin (rice wine)
1 cup brown sugar
1 juicy pear
4 garlic cloves
2 tablespoons of sesame oil
1/2 cup of water
Add everything to a blender.
Add ribs to ziplock bags, may need to cut ribs in half.
Add marinade, coat well.
Marinade over night.
When you’re ready to grill, preheat oven to 325 degrees.
Line pan with aluminum foil. Add the ribs meat side down.
Cover the pan tightly with aluminum foil.
Bake for 1.5 hours.
You can add an extra 30 minutes of bake time if you want the meat to fall off the bone…which is what I did.
Ready for the grill!
Grill on medium heat for 7 minutes on each side or until slightly charred.
Baste the ribs as you go. You want the sauce to caramelize.
The meat was falling off the bone on one set. Which is what I wanted for one recipe! 🙂
How gorgeous is this?
Add some chopped green onions and you’re good to go.
I couldn’t get over how tender and juicy the ribs were, especially since I’m not a grilling expert. If I can do it, anyone can.
What I like about Smithfield Extra Tender Ribs is that there isn’t any added hormones or steroids.
Another simple, yet brilliant moment I had.
I’m all about creating different kinds of bowls at home. This is going to be a staple this summer, I feel it.
All you need is:
Korean BBQ ribs (tender, falling off the bone)
chopped green onions
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I purchased these delicious ribs at my local Walmart.
Do you like Korean BBQ? Are you going to try to make these delicious ribs? 🙂