Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Chinese Char Siu Ribs

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I love the flavor of Chinese char siu barbecue, which mainly tastes like five spice powder, garlic, and a slight sweetness that you may get from an oyster sauce.  It was the first time I've made it for the girls, and they loved them!  Sasha even ate 3 of these ribs, she proudly  pointed out to me.

  • 1 rack of ribs
  • 1 package of NOH char siu dry seasoning
  1. Slice the ribs between the bones, and follow instructions of NOH char siu seasoning to marinate the ribs overnight.  Remove 30 minutes prior to cooking.
  2. Preheat oven to 300 degrees.
  3. Line a pan with aluminum foil for easy clean up!  Place the ribs on the pan, then cover with another sheet of foil.
  4. Cook for 2 hours on the middle rack.  Remove the foil.
  5. Turn your oven to broil.  Place the pan on the top rack.  Broil about 6 minutes more to crisp up the ribs.
 I served these with sauteed baby bok choy and fresh shitake mushrooms.

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