While most of us knew that barbecued ribs is a popular American dish there is an Asian counterpart that exists and it is called the Hoisin Pork Ribs.
- 1.5 kg pork ribs, cut into serving size pieces
- 1 cup hoisin sauce
- 1/2 cup honey
- 1/4 cup cider vinegar
- 1/4 cup soy sauce
- 4 cloves garlic, minced
- 2 tsp five spice powder
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp freshly ground black pepper
- 3 tbsp oil
- In a bowl combine all ingredients together apart from the pork ribs.
- Pour sauce on pork ribs and make sure everything is coated with the sauce. Place in a covered container then refrigerate for 48 hours.
- Remove pork ribs from the refrigerator then reserve the marinade.
- Put marinade in a saucepan then let it boil until sauce thickens.
- Prepare a baking pan with water, put wire rack on top then arrange the pork ribs. Bake in a 150C preheated oven, occasionally basting with the sauce for 2 – 2.5 hours or until pork ribs are cooked and fork tender.
I will definitely be make this wonderful recipe!
Thanks for sharing! Will definitely try out this recipe. 🙂
I have to make these ribs! I know my husband will be crazy about them. 🙂
I make these all the time. Your recipe is so similar to mine.
Have been ordering this dish at different restaurants for years. It’s time for me to make this at home!
Oh, I love hoisin sauce! Yum!
These ribs are to lick the fingers…Pinned!!!!!!!!!!!
I live all your pins. I was wondered if the honey overpowers the hoisin sauce?
No they dont, the taste of honey is milder than Hoisin, its just adds some additional natural sweetness to the dish
Hoisin is the best ingredient on any Asian BBQ. Can’t make it without it. Those ribs are making me hungry! 🙂
Wow Raymund, these ribs look fantastic…love the shiny glaze…never used hoisin for ribs.
Have a great week 😀
What a pleasant surprise I love these recipe.
I had no idea there is sweet potato in hoisin sauce! But I love it, and this pork looks fabulous!
Holy cow, I’m in love! These are beautiful. *Almost* too pretty to eat. …almost
I always leave here with something else added to my list of recipes to try! Here another one. Love these ribs!
i want to lick the plate too, not just my finger then ray!!!!
These look so darn good Raymund! These would be sure fire winners in our house. The photo is just gorgeous and makes me want to eat the whole plate right up.
Do you happen to have a recipe for hoisin sauce or a brand to recommend? Thank you!
I personally havent made them yet but I always buy the Lee Kum Kee brand.
Wow, I want to eat this NOW!
Ribs marinated done. Next, trip to Ikea, to buy the pan with wire rack in two days. Wuhooooo!!!
Question: papano palambutin yung karne?
No need to tenderize it as it will be cooked in the oven
Winner, big time! My friends ate it, love it and praised it but they went home believing that I bought it ready made. Which, btw i used to do thst, hahaha! Thanks for this recipe!
Can you use riblets instead of regular ribs? It would be easier to cut. Please let me know as I am anxious to try this. Thanks, Gaye
Yes you can
I have like a normal rack of pork ribs (not baby back) so they won’t be as small as the ones in your picture should I double the marinade ingredients?
Just leave the amounts as is as long as you have the same weight in ribs