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Lacquered Pork Ribs with Hoisin, Honey and Five-Spice
2¼ hours 30 minutes active, plus resting
These addictive, salty-sweet pork ribs were inspired by char siu, a popular style of Cantonese barbecued meat often made with long, thin strips of pork shoulder. To season racks of baby back ribs, we combine hoisin, honey, soy sauce, fresh ginger and five-spice powder. Part of the mix goes onto the ribs before they go into the oven; the rest is reserved for glazing during cooking. Brushing ribs with a glazing mixture at 30-minute intervals builds layers of caramelization, resulting in a lacquered finish.
cup hoisin sauce