Chinese Peking Glazed Baby Back Ribs
There is only one way to eat ribs and that’s with your hands! It’s a messy business, so napkins and finger bowls are essential.
Our marinated Chinese pork ribs offer a combination of sweet and spicy with fruity overtones that turn a strip of ribs into a delicious feast.
This product is frozen and will defrost during transit to you. Ensure this product is thoroughly defrosted before heating. We strongly recommend using within 48 hours for best quality. This product must not be refrozen.
454g Serves 1
A rack of ribs is a delicious way to enjoy pork and are truly best when marinated in Chinese five spice and sticky plum sauce to bring out the flavours of our succulent pork.
Cooking Tips: When turning the ribs, it is best to use tongs or a spatula as it does not upset the meat by breaking the seal – the piercing can cause juice to escape.
How to Cook Chinese Marinated Ribs
There are loads of different ways to cook marinated ribs, but BBQ or roasting in the oven is the best.
You want the meat to fall away from the bone and therefore make sure you give them plenty of time.
Here’s a quick guide to cooking a rack of ribs:
- Preheat the oven to 200ºC (180 for fan).
- Once the oven has reached temperature, cover the marinated ribs in tin foil and place on a roasting dish. Pop in the oven for 1 hour 15 minutes or until the meat easily pulls away from the bone.
- Remove the foil for the final 15 minutes of the cooking time, transfer the ribs to a board, cut them up and tuck in with your favourite sides!
Sugar, Dried Glucose Syrup, Salt, Starch, Maltodextrin, Colours (Beetroot Red, Carmine, Paprika Extract and Natural Rosemary Flavouring), Spices (Star Anise, Cinnamon, Ginger), Dried Garlic, Dried Onion, Yeast Extract, Thickeners (Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum), Barley Malt Extract, Natural Flavourings.
Allergens are highlighted in bold.
‘Produced in a factory that handles gluten, milk, and other allergens’.
For allergens see ingredients in bold. Produced in a kitchen containing: Eggs, Nuts, Celery, Soya, Milk, Sesame Seeds, Peanuts, Rapeseed and Mustard.