Texas K-BBQ Ribs

It doesn’t look like we’re getting bbq weather this weekend so we’ve put together a delicious bbq

recipe you can make in the comfort of your own home - no rain-gear needed!

⭐️ Ask your butcher for some free-range (if possible) pork ribs

⭐️Trim the silverskin from the bottom of the ribs. Use a sharp knife to make an incision and then pull the silverskin straight off. If you don’t fancy doing this just ask your butcher to do it!

⭐️Mix equal parts salt & pepper to make a texas rub - dust the ribs with the mix and massage it all over

⭐️ Wrap tightly in tin foil and leave for 6 - 12 hours to marinade in the fridge

⭐️ Preheat the oven to 135 °. Pop the ribs in their foil wrapping on a baking tin for three to four hours. Check after three hours - you’ll know it’s done when the meat pulls off easily

⭐️ Remove from the oven, unwrap the ribs and place on a clean baking tray. Turn the oven up to 170°

⭐️ Lather the ribs in K-BBQ sauce and pop them back into the oven for 15 minutes to allow the sauce to caramelise.

⭐️Allow to cool slightly and serve with some pickles and texas toast (buttered and grilled white pan). Enjoy!

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