Hot smoked paprika
I appreciate that I am a day late and a dollar short with tailgating recipes for week 1 of the college football season. However, to make up for it I am going to open with a classic, marinated pork ribs!
I have intentionally left off the quantities from the ingredient list. This is not like baking, you do not need to follow a strict recipe. The quantities will vary based on the number and size of ribs you have. There really aren't any right and wrong amounts!
The butcher near my new home had ribs twice the size of what I am use to purchasing. But I am not complaining! The real trick is the proportion of the ingredients. you want as much soy sauce as maple syrup + golden syrup. For the four massive ribs I had, I used the following amounts. 50ml soy sauce, 25ml maple syrup, 25ml golden syrup, 2tbsp hot smoked paprika.
Marinate the ribs overnight in your sauce mix. When your ready to cook, preheat your oven to 150C (300F). Take the ribs out of the fridge and bring them up to room temperature. Put the ribs and sauce into a baking tray and put it in the oven. Every 20 minutes or so you want to turn the ribs and baste them with the sauce they are sitting in. After about 90 minutes they will be ready to eat.