This recipe can also be done with pork.

Use 450g or three strips of belly pork marinated then cut into pieces.




1 kg Beef ribs

3 tbsp Cooking oil



2 tbsp Rice flour

1/2 Onion minced

2 cloves Garlic minced

1/4 tsp Salt

1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce

2 cm Ginger minced

1 tbsp Sugar



2 tbsp Dark soya sauce

1 tbsp Chilli sauce

1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce

1 tbsp Vinegar

4 tbsp Sugar

1/4 tsp Salt

2 pinches MSG (optional)

2 tsp Instant coffee

1/3 cup Water



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Put the beef ribs into a large bowl and add the marinade ingredients (add the flour last and make sure each rib is lightly coated in it.)



Using your hands mix the ingredients together well.



Put the ribs aside for about 30 minutes and prepare the sauce mixture.


In a small bowl add all the sauce ingredients except the water. Mix very well making sure the sugar dissolves.



BBQ the ribs on a BBQ grill if possible (otherwise just use a hot plate of very hot frying pan.)



If you can use an open grill this is best as the fat from the ribs will be cooked off and will help add a nice smoky flavour. Cook the ribs until they are about 3/4 cooked. Place them on a plate and prepare a frying pan with cooking oil.



Add the sauce mixture to the pan



Put the water in the sauce bowl and use it to swill out any remaining sauce into the pan



Mix well over medium heat and then add the spare ribs



Cover and cook for about 10 minutes



Place the ribs in a serving dish and pour the sauce over the top



Serve on boiled rice with your choice of vegetable dish.






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