Barbecued Mini Ribs in Spanish. A specialty in Spanish cuisine, these costillas are delicious when cooked on a BBQ. They can be cooked with orange juice instead of sweet sherry to get a sweeter flavor. |
- All-purpose flour (2 tablespoons)
- Brown sugar (2 tablespoons)
- Coarse sea salt
- Pork ribs (1 ˝ pounds)
- Soy sauce (1 teaspoon)
- Sweet oloroso sherry (6 tablespoons)
- Tabasco sauce (˝ tablespoon)
- Tomato paste (1 tablespoon)
First of all, separate the ribs and cut each one in half with a heavy knife. Once done, get to the mix, get a bowl and mix the tomato paste, the Tabasco, sherry and sugar together. Stir the mixture in ˝ teaspoon of salt.
You should have, by now, around 30 pieces or ribs so put the flour in a plastic bag, together with the ribs and toss to coat. Dip your ribs in the sauce and cook on a BBQ for around half-an-hour, occasionally turning them. Serve after sprinkling some salt and enjoy.