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Posted by: Richard Fl on 2012/05/06 10:30:27  

This recipe is a variation of one in "Breath of a Wok" on page 188 Sweet & Sour Ribs.

Getting rested by the pool in a soy, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves and some other goodies for a few hours. I took a full size pork rib with brisket portion and cut lengthwise into thirds and then separated the ribs into single bite size pieces. Easier to have the butcher do it on his saw if possible.



Set LBGE up indirect and got to 400F then some rosemary twigs and started cooking, basted and turned every 15-20 minutes until they were done about 1 hour and little change:



Ready to eat:



For sides did some Thai little round eggplants, garlic, onions, baby portobellos some cilantro and thai basil at the end. Added little hoisin sauce, black bean paste and some soy.




Great finger food portions.

Richard Melbooooring Fl.
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