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Braised Pork Ribs Recipe

Updated on December 1, 2014

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Braised Ribs with Red Wine Sauce

This fall of the bone ribs recipe is one of the best thing you will ever taste, seriously. You won't be able to stop eating them, and it will be appreciated at any party or gathering.

The recipe implies braising the ribs in red wine, that after cooking the ribs is reduced and thickened, becoming the sauce for the cooked ribs. The ribs are firstly roasted, or barbecued to seal the juices inside, and then braised in wine for around two and a half hours.

Fall Off The Bone Ribs Recipe Pros and Cons

Fall of the bone ribs is quite controversial in the world of chefs, some critique them, some appreciate them.

The critiques of the fall of the bone ribs say that a real fall of the bone cannot be done without boiling them, and if you boil meat, you dilute the meaty taste. On the contrary, if you only barbeque them, all of the flavors remain intact.

What makes this recipe special, is that in spite cooking the ribs in liquid, the final result tastes excellent preserving the meaty essence, the meat is so tender that falls of the bone, and the sauce is absolutely delicious. The fat amount in the ribs is lowered.

Red Verjus Fusion - The Perfect Wine

Red Verjus Fusion - 750 ml
Red Verjus Fusion - 750 ml

This wine is actually great for both cooking and drinking.

The product was featured on the History Channel, and is one of my favorites.

The wine is a blend of California wines, and was conceived as a cooking wine, but I personally find it excellent in my glass.

 
Prep time: 30 min
Cook time: 4 hours 15 min
Ready in: 4 hours 45 min
Yields: 6 people
Source

Muir Glen Organic Diced Tomatoes

Muir Glen Organic Diced Tomatoes, No Salt, 14.5-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
Muir Glen Organic Diced Tomatoes, No Salt, 14.5-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)

Organic tomatoes are not only good for your health, but they taste great, and they will be the perfect ingredient in your recipes.

Ingredients: organic tomatoes and tomato juice, calcium chloride, and naturally derived citric acid.

 

Ingredients for Braised Ribs

  • 3 lbs ribs
  • 1 bottle red wine, 750ml - 1l
  • 1 can diced tomatoes, large can
  • 2 onions
  • 5 celery ribs
  • 1 teaspoon black peppercorns
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 1 tsp dried marjoram
  • 4 - 8 cloves garlic
  • 1 bunch Italian parsley

Cooking Instructions

  1. This wine is actually great for both cooking and drinking. The product was featured on the History Channel, and is one of my favorites. The wine is a blend of California wines, and was conceived as a cooking wine, but I personally find it excellent in my glass.
  2. This wine is actually great for both cooking and drinking. The product was featured on the History Channel, and is one of my favorites. The wine is a blend of California wines, and was conceived as a cooking wine, but I personally find it excellent in my glass.
  3. Lower the temperature in the oven to 325F
  4. Place the ribs in a wide shallow pan
  5. Add the diced tomatoes with the juice, and then all other ingredients; Add the wine, and complete with water to cover the ribs
  6. Cover the shallow pan and put it in the oven, if the pan doesn't have a lid, just use aluminum foil.
  7. Cook for about 2 hours and 30 minutes, or until the meat is very tender
  8. Transfer the ribs into baking pan and strain the liquid
  9. Reduce the liquid by boiling it until you have a cup and half; You can add tomato paste to add more thickness to your sauce
  10. Season your sauce for your taste, (sugar or honey, chili powder if you want your sauce hot)
  11. Pour some of the sauce on the ribs and put the ribs back in the oven
  12. Roast the ribs for another 10 minutes, or until the sauce thickens a bit more
  13. Serve the ribs with the rest of the sauce on the side, and a potato side. (I recommend the new potatoes with butter and dill.)

Step by Step Cooking - Wine Braised Ribs

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Dice the vegetablesCut the celery ribs in small piecesAdd a large tomato canAdd all the ingredients in the pan, over the ribs.
Dice the vegetables
Dice the vegetables
Cut the celery ribs in small pieces
Cut the celery ribs in small pieces
Add a large tomato can
Add a large tomato can
Add all the ingredients in the pan, over the ribs.
Add all the ingredients in the pan, over the ribs. | Source

New Potatoes with Butter and Dill - Perfect Side Dish for Braised Ribs

As a side dish for my wine braised ribs, I like the new potatoes with butter and dill. This is a very easy recipe, but it is delicious. Use new potatoes because they have a better taste and their texture is perfect for this recipe, because they don't mash so easily.

Wash thoroughly your potatoes, and cut them in two or four, depending on their size. Boil them in salted water until they are fully cooked. Add the butter and the finely chopped dill, and mix gently until the butter is melted and the dill is evenly mixed. Serve immediately.

Braising Short Ribs with Red Wine

© 2014 Dorian

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