Pork Ribs BBQ
Pork Spare Ribs BBQ with Catsup is another way of enjoying pork riblets that all Filipinos love through decades. Pork was generally favored by Filipinos long before our country was discovered.
In Philippines, when you say BBQ Recipe the first thing in mind is the pork BBQ being sold on stick as a street food. Then throughout the years, there were many variations to the traditional pork BBQ recipe.
BBQ recipe have evolved nowadays to a lot of different version. This time, you just have to try the Pork Spare Ribs version. It is tastier because it is marinated in catsup.
It is a time saving recipe and its equally delicious no matter what type of meat you use. In contrast to pork ribs caldereta, this one is made for young wives and mothers learning to cook on their own. For as long as you buy quality meat like the ones served by FreshNow Online Shop, you can never go wrong. This is absolutely yummy!
Pork Ribs BBQ
- 1 kilo FreshNow Pork Riblets
- 1 cup banana catsup
- 1 tbsp minced garlic
- 3 tbsp butter or margarine
- 2 minced hot pepper (siling labuyo)
- 1 small pc bay leaf
- 1 tsp pepper, ground
- 2 onions, finely chopped
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp vetsin
- 2 tbsp. white sugar
- Rub your pork spare ribs/riblets with a little salt. Set aside. After 15 minutes, pour 1 bottle 7 Up or Sprite over spare ribs/riblets.
- Marinate spare ribs/riblets in sauce for 1 hour or more (or overnight).
- Heat a little oil in pan. Scrape sauce from spare ribs/riblets. Fry meat. Brown a little, then pour ½ cup of sauce; simmer for 5 minutes. Add the remaining mixture if more sauce is desired. Serve hot.