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Simple Grilled Beef Ribs with Ginger and Soy

Last week I bought some short ribs and began perusing my cookbooks for ideas.  I came across a recipe in the “Williams & Sonoma – Meats and Poultry” cookbook that looked like it might work.  Although there were some things I changed up a bit just to suit my own tastes.   First their recipe called for white sugar as the initial rub.  I really wanted something slightly more intense, so I opted for dark brown sugar.  Their recipe also called for ¼ cup sesame oil.  I reduced that to 2 tsp because I find sesame oil to be exceptionally strong, and if used in excess, tends to overpower all the other flavors.  Last I added some lime to add some extra zing.    The result was fantastic and a definite keeper of a recipe!  Enjoy!

You will need…
3-4lbs short beef ribs
1/3 C dark brown sugar
4 cloves grated garlic
2 Tbsp fresh grated ginger
2 tsp red pepper flakes
2 tsp sesame oil
½ C toasted sesame seeds
2/3 C Lite soy sauce
2 tbsp fresh lime juice
3 Tbsp flour
Directions:
Place ribs in large bowl and sprinkle with the dark brown sugar. Rub sugar all over each of the ribs, making sure that all sides are well coated.  Set aside for 30 minutes.
In a medium sized bowl, add the remaining ingredients and pour over the meat ensuring all sides are well coated.  Allow to sit for 2 hours.
Next place the ribs on a grill that’s been heated to 375 and cook them for  5-6 minutes on each side. 
Remove from the heat and allow the ribs to rest for 5 minutes; then serve with your favorite rice dish. 

Adapted from “Williams & Sonoma – Meats and Poultry”

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mjskit says:

These ribs look wonderful! Interesting that you coat them with brown sugar first, then the marinade. That probably keeps the sugar from burning. Great idea! Great recipe!

Holly Henry says:

Thank you for visiting mjskit! The sugar rub is a great touch which I give credit to "Williams & Sonoma". Allowing it to sit on the ribs for 30 minutes provides a chance to add that great flavor.

Erin says:

These ribs sounds absolutely delicious! I love all the flavors, and it just looks so tender! Saving this for sure!

Sandi says:

Simple & delicious= perfect combo!

Christine's Pantry says:

These ribs look wonderful!

Gourmet Getaways says:

Yum! I just found a good short rib recipe using Prune Juice!

I am on a short rib quest at the moment so I will be trying these!

Kelly @ Eat Yourself Skinny says:

Wow this looks absolutely delicious, love this recipe! :)

Lindsey@Lindselicious says:

Oh the sugar rub is a nice idea! These look super yummy!

Sandra says:

My mouth is watering..this look amazingly Delicious!!!

Eftychia says:

What a delicious meal! I can even smell it!!

Becka (The Elegant Eggplant) says:

Mouth is watering!!

briarrose says:

Excellent ribs with some lovely flavor.

Chinese Soup Pot says:

The ribs looks delicious!

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