Original recipe yields 4 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
These ribs should be renamed OhYes spareribs. Made these last night for New Years Eve dinner along with a baked potato & crab salad, just wonderful. The only thing I did different was to loosely...
Used this recipe for chicken thighs. It is super. Had some left over that I thinned down a bit and used as a sandwich condiment.
Very good. A nice alternative to regular BBQ. Sticky, sweet and tart. The sauce is delicious. I shaved the ginger and used more than called for, because I love ginger - so good! In my oven, next...
I agree with Luv2Bake. These are definitely a great addition to any New Years Eve Party or appetizer buffet.I served extra sauce on the side. Nothing but rave reviews from my guests.
I just have to add, and laugh, ono in Hawaii means delicious. But yes it is a yes. These are a no brainer yummy treat. If you want to make it for a meal, I buy whatever sparerib I have (I'm no...
Excellent! I used 1.5 pound of pork spareribs (just the two of us tonight). Instead of garlic salt I used two fresh garlic cloves, chopped and grated the ginger as well. I heated up the sauce th...
Excellent. Asked the butcher to cut the spareribs twice for bite-size pieces. Perfect - definitely a keeper! So easy, too!
Delicious. Used regular baby back ribs - didn't change a thing except for cooking time of 325 for one hour each side. A great change from the bbq ribs. It was a hit.
These were delicious! I was confused about "bite size" spare ribs...maybe they're available in Hawaii like one reviewer mentioned. I used regular spare ribs and they were great!