06 Jul 2023
1 hour 5 minutes | easy | Serves 2-4
Baby back ribs are so easy to cook on the BBQ and we love to make life really easy by boiling them first, then finishing them on the grill, glazed in an umami laden sauce. Here, we’ve used miso, soy and mirin to make a sweet and salty glaze that will have everyone licking their lips! You could boil the ribs ahead of time if you like – just make sure they’re piping throughout before
Cover the ribs with cold water and some salt and add the ginger, garlic cloves and star anise. Bring to the boil, skimming off any scum, then reduce to a simmer and cook for 30 minutes
Combine the miso, soy, maple syrup and mirin and mix well
Combine all the ingredients for the coleslaw with some salt and mix well. Set aside.
Light two gas burners on the Jupiter Outback BBQ and set the heat to medium. Place the boiled ribs on the opposite side to the heat and glaze with the miso mixture.
Glaze a couple more times, cooking the ribs for around 15 minutes in total, then serve with the coleslaw.
You could also serve these ribs with a salad of grilled watermelon, or try making a variation on coleslaw with red cabbage, mango and a lime and mint dressing.
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