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Nuri's ribs: grilled baby backs with sweet soy glaze from Planet Barbecue!: 309 Recipes, 60 Countries by Steven Raichlen

  • shallots
  • garlic powder
  • fresh ginger
  • wood chips
  • Indonesian soy sauce
  • baby pork back ribs
  • white pepper

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  • NibbleMeThis on October 05, 2012

    I've smoked a ton of ribs over the years. Many of those recipes involve various rubs, slathers, mops, etc and many steps. I made this recipe in February and was quite happy with the result. The key to this is the simplicity, it's hard to believe how good they turn out. http://www.nibblemethis.com/2012/02/grilled-baby-backs-with-sweet-soy-glaze.html

  • Breadcrumbs on August 07, 2012

    p. 238 Back ribs have to be one of our summer grilling favourites and since this dish was quite different than our house ribs, we were keen to give it a try as our inaugural recipe from this book. We were skeptical about the fact that the ribs weren’t seasoned with a rub prior to cooking however, this turned out great. We really enjoyed the sweet-salty flavour of the reduced kejap manis (I was able to find the ABC brand recommended by the SR). This was a very nice change of pace for us. I served this with a grilled zucchini dish from one of my new favourite market cookbooks, The Farm and, a quinoa Tabouleh. Happy to recommend this one. Photos here: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/861214#7509962

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