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Wednesday, 16 August 2017

BBQ Indian Spiced Ribs with Sticky Ginger Glaze

This summer has definitely not been a summer of hot days and warm evenings where you can enjoy plenty of family time sitting around in the garden. I think I can count on one hand the amount of times I've spent enjoying a warm evening in the garden, and those were probably all in May, which is technically still spring. Thankfully we've still been able to enjoy lots of bbq food thanks to our gas bbq, which is great for cooking a family feast or just a few sausages for lunch, without any lengthy wait for coals to heat up.

BBQ Indian Spiced Ribs with Sticky Ginger Glaze

We've enjoyed juicy steaks, chicken, kebabs and veggies on the bbq, and this week we enjoyed these extremely tasty racks of ribs. The recipe was created by TV chef Dean Edwards, in association with Bacofoil Original Kitchen Foil, and makes a nice change to the classic barbecue flavour of many ribs. The dry rub adds loads of flavour, and cooking them slowly in Bacofoil ensures they don't dry, and the meat falls right off the bone.

If my photos aren't enough to tempt you to make these ribs, then this video will.


If, like me, your bbq isn't really suitable for indirect slow cooking, then you can initially cook them in the oven for 90 minutes at 150°C before transferring to the bbq to finish off with the sticky glaze.

BBQ Indian Spiced Ribs with Sticky Ginger Glaze

BBQ Indian Spiced Ribs with Sticky Ginger Glaze

Serves the ribs on a large platter with a mound of Coronation Coleslaw, and let everyone dig in.

BBQ Indian Spiced Ribs with Sticky Ginger Glaze

BBQ Indian Spiced Ribs with Sticky Ginger Glaze


BBQ Indian Spiced Ribs with Sticky Ginger Glaze


a commissioned post for Bacofoil

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