There’s a new Barbecue place in town, open only on Saturdays, with a 2 hour waiting line, and I have been meaning to go there for the last 3 months but I keep on procrastinating eating over there. Their barbecue, especially the pork ribs are supposedly amazing. Last week during work, I had the craving to eat some so I bought some pork square ribs at the local Aldi’s on the way back from work and pan fried some ribs myself. While it isn’t smoked or barbecued, it certainly doesn’t lack in flavor. The recipe is pretty easy and can be made within the hour. Pair it up with some good sides and you got yourself an exquisite meal. And Yes, I will be going to Hurtado’s barbecue at Arlington real soon!
Pork Square Ribs
Pork Square Ribs- Rack of 7
Lemon pepper seasoning-1tbsp
Red wine vinegar-1tbsp
Beef broth cubes-1
1)Rub the pork square ribs with cayenne pepper, lemon pepper, salt, pepper, dried thyme, onion powder and minced garlic. Let it marinate outside for an hour.
2)Now add some oil to a pan. Once the pan is hot, sear the ribs for 5 minutes each side on medium heat. Then take the rack of ribs out of the pan and keep aside for a few minutes.
3)Then add some water and red wine vinegar along with a beef broth cube. Cook for a minute or two till the beef broth cube is dissolved.
4)Add the pork ribs back to the pan and cook for another 15 to 20 minutes or till most of the liquid juuces reduce and the ribs are done. Serve as shown. Enjoy! 🙂