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Today I decided to make a bean with smoked pork ladder. It turned out great .....

  • a piece of smoked ladder (about 700 g)
  • 1/2 Kg dried beans
  • an onion
  • a gogosar
  • a tablespoon of vegetables, pepper, bay leaves
  • 2 tablespoons oil
  • 3 tablespoons tomato paste
  • parsley and green dill (one link each)

Servings: -

Preparation time: less than 60 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Beans with ladder:

I soaked the beans last night. In the morning I boiled it then I changed the water and I boiled the beans for about 1/2 hour. While the beans were boiling, I chopped the onion and the donut and I dipped them in oil in a pan, then I added the ladder cut into pieces and a little hot water. After they boiled for about 20 minutes I poured them over the boiled beans, I added vegeta, tomato paste dissolved in a little water, bay leaves and after a good boil I sprinkled chopped greens. What came out? ... taste ... and then we talk.


Bean stew with ribs

1. Wash the beans a few times with warm water and bring to a boil with salt. To soften, boil in two or three waters.

2. While the beans are boiling, clean and cut the onion and put it to harden with a little oil until it turns coppery. After the onion has hardened, leave it to cool, strain the beans and place them over the onion, stirring constantly. Boil the onion for a few more minutes, add the broth and a little warm water.

3. Cut the ribs into thin slices and fry until golden brown. Once ready, pour the beans into a yena bowl, place the rib pieces, bay leaves and put in the oven.

4. Ribbed beans are served with assorted pickles or salad of vegetables, black bread and hot peppers. Garnish with fresh dill, as desired.


Ingredients grilled pork ribs with spicy marinade

  • 1.5 kg pork ribs, thick and fleshy, cut perpendicular to the bone to a width of 18-20 cm.
  • 3 cloves of garlic
  • ½ from a small onion
  • 1 teaspoon mustard seeds
  • ½ teaspoon fennel seeds
  • ½ teaspoon cumin seeds
  • ½ teaspoon coriander seeds
  • ½ teaspoon smoked paprika
  • 1 teaspoon ground pepper
  • 1 teaspoon sweet paprika
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon grated coarse salt
  • 4-5 tablespoons of TABASCO ® Chipotle red pepper sauce
  • 1-2 tablespoons oil

Preparing grilled pork ribs & # 8211 on the combination of ingredients

1. The ingredients, although they seem many, are not nailed down. Nothing will happen if you give up one of the spices or if you replace it with another. It's just that, if you trust my taste, you should know that this combination of flavors that I have recommended to you has the quality of getting the best out of pork ribs. Fennel and cumin are magnificent in combination with pork and coriander seeds bring a touch of freshness, slightly citrus. Smoked paprika gives a subtle smoky aroma, which is also responsible for TABASCO ® Chipotle red pepper sauce, which will give the ribs a pleasant spicy note.

Preparation of grilled pork ribs with spicy marinade

2. The ribs are shaped, removing, if necessary, the excess fat. The silver skin on the back of the ribs (the side with the bone) is also removed, because it has no extra quality, while cooking on the grill, it could compress the meat by squeezing it together.

3. For the marinade, I crushed the spice seeds in a mortar, then I put them in the blender, together with the chopped onion, the garlic, the two kinds of paprika, the salt, the pepper, the brown sugar and the two tablespoons of oil. I added 2 tablespoons of TABASCO ® Chipotle red pepper sauce and processed everything for 1 minute, until I got a paste.

4. I spread this flavored pasta on my ribs, insisting especially on the meat side. I placed the spiced ribs in a tray and covered them with cling film. The ribs can be marinated for at least 4 hours or even overnight in the refrigerator, or 1-1: 30 hours at room temperature, if we hurry. My family was a little impatient, so I took a shortcut.

5. After the marinating time has passed, scrape with a spoon all the flavored pasta from the ribs, collecting it in a bowl. We have two reasons to scrape it, both well-founded: the first is that if we put the marinade ribs on them on the grill, it would burn quickly, producing a layer with a not very pleasant taste and color on the surface of the ribs. The second reason is that we will add 2-3 tablespoons of TABASCO ® Chipotle red pepper sauce to this paste, we will mix well and we thus obtained the glaze that we will apply on our ribs in the second part of grilling.

How to cook grilled pork ribs & # 8211 how to cook them

6. After marinating the ribs and preparing the icing, we will heat the grill well. When the grill is well heated, place the ribs, with the fleshy side down. We will cook them like this for 6-10 minutes, until the characteristic traces of grill are formed on the fleshy side.

7. After sealing the fleshy part, we are going to cook the ribs in indirect heat. I use a grill with three burners and it is very easy for me to put out one of them, but even if you use a classic charcoal grill, they can be pulled to one side with a shovel, then we will place the ribs with the side with the bones down, in an area of ​​the grill not directly exposed to fire. As soon as we turn them over, we apply a first layer of spicy glaze to the ribs prepared in point 5. We make sure that the fire is rather calmed and cover the grill. If you do not have a grill with a lid, you can improvise, an effective lid can be a saucepan upside down.

8. The ribs are cooked in this way, in indirect heat, for 20-25 minutes, until they are well penetrated. During this time, we will glaze them 2-3 more times, until the paste prepared in point 5 is finished. Finally, if we try to prick the ribs with the fork, it should enter very easily and the juices released should be clear, without traces of blood.

Before serving, the ribs are left to rest for 15 minutes, during which time they will relax and become juicy and tender to melt in your mouth. Serve with salads, side dishes and sauces to your liking and those who appreciate an extra spicy and smoky note will surely add a few more drops of TABASCO ® Chipotle red pepper sauce. I really like to put a potato and mustard salad and a refreshing Tzatziki sauce next to them. These ribs work just as well the delicious spicy sweetness of gogonele or with Homemade sweet and fragrant ketchup.