I love rice and so does my husband. We try to find different ways to prepare and enjoy this wonderful food. Through time, we found hundreds of recipes, some simple and some exotic, and have enjoyed preparing them. We've found some real winners, which I have published on this blog and some that are not so great, which are in my personal "do not" repeat folder. I have created this site to share those memorable dishes - which are all about this wonderful food called "rice".

Chinese Barbeque Ribs

To say we "love" barbeque at my house is an understatement.  We love all kinds of barbeque and have numerous recipes that we have prepared and tried.  One of our favorites is Chinese barbeque. I could fix this at least once a week.  It is absolutely wonderful!

2lbs spareribs (cut into individual ribs)
1/3 cup hoisin sauce
1/4 cup soy sauce
3 tblsp red wine
2 tblsp brown sugar
1 tsp red food color
1/4 tsp five spice powder
2 cloves garlic (minced or paste)
1 tblsp olive or canola oil

In a bowl, whisk together all the ingredients except for the spareribs until well blended.  In a large resealable bag, add the ribs and pour the marinade.  Seal the bag and rub outside of the bag to coat all the ribs with the marinade.  Allow to marinade in the refrigerator for 4 hours or over night. 

Heat oven 350 degrees.  In a deep baking dish, line the bottom with foil creating a separate container within the baking dish by creating a wall with the foil.  Arrange the ribs, meat side up in the foil.  Between the foil and baking dish add about 1/2 to 1 inch of water.  Do not let the water get inside the foil, or touch the ribs. Cover the ribs with foil and place in the oven.  Allow to bake for 45 minutes, checking occassionally to make sure water does not dry out completely.  Remove top foil and raise oven temperature to 450 degrees.  Continue to bake for another 20 minutes until ribs become brown and glazed.  Serve with shrimp fried rice, jasmine rice or basmati rice.

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