How to Marinate Pork Rips for BBQ Singapore

5 Powerful BBQ Pork Rib Recipes

Those who have tasted different types of pork ribs will know that it is one of the best things to have at a BBQ.


So for the benefit for all non-halal BBQ food lovers, here are some must-try BBQ Pork Rib recipes that’ll blow your taste buds away.

Recipes 1. Chinese Style BBQ Pork Ribs 

Seeing that we are in Asia and we do indeed take a lot of pride in our food- we figured we should start this off with something that touches home more. The real secret behind this delight is using our very own char siew sauce. This works best on baby back pork ribs!



BBQ Pork Ribs Recipes Singapore 



Things You’ll Need:

        i.            6 cloves garlic (peeled and finely chopped)

      ii.            1 ½ tablespoons maltose

    iii.            1 ½ tablespoons honey

    iv.            1 ½ tablespoons Hoisin sauce

      v.            1 ½ tablespoons soy sauce

    vi.            1 tablespoon Chinese rose wine

  vii.            3 dashes white pepper powder

viii.            ½ teaspoon five-spice powder

    ix.            ½ teaspoon sesame oil

      x.            Salt


How To Do It:

        i.            Mix together all the ingredients (except the cloves of garlic!)

      ii.            Heat up the mixture, mix it up well and transfer it to a different container to cool down

    iii.            Rub the pork ribs on the both sides with the garlic

    iv.            Put in the pork ribs into the marinating sauce for at least 8 hours

      v.            When BBQ-ing, the best is to wrap it up in aluminium foil to really get the taste deep within the meat


Recipes 2. Your Favourite BBQ Pork Ribs

Why is it definitely your favourite? Well, because an important part of this recipe depends entirely on your favourite. Best part of this is that you don’t even really need to marinate the meat over long hours.



 How to Marinate Pork Rips for BBQ Singapore



Things You’ll Need:

        i.            ¾ cup of light brown sugar

      ii.            1 teaspoon of hickory smoke salt

    iii.            1 tablespoon of paprika

    iv.            1 tablespoon of garlic powder

      v.            ½ teaspoon ground red pepper (optional)

    vi.            2 cups of your favourite BBQ sauce


How To Do It:

        i.            Mix all ingredients together well in a large bowl

      ii.            Rub the mixture generously on the pork ribs

    iii.            Wrap the sauced-up ribs with the shiny side of aluminum foil

    iv.            Place on grill and BBQ


Recipes 3. Soy & Hoisin BBQ Pork Ribs

Just about every Singaporean knows Hoisin; but do you know that it can play a rather critical role in your delicious BBQ?


This recipe is great for those who prefer something that’s not too extreme in their taste.


 Soy and Hoisin BBQ Pork Ribs Singapore



Things You’ll Need:

        i.            6 minced cloves of garlic

      ii.            9 tablespoons of grated fresh ginger

    iii.            3 tablespoons of soy sauce

    iv.            3 tablespoons of dark brown sugar ( or honey)

      v.            12 tablespoons of hoisin sauce

    vi.            7 chopped spring onions


How To Do It:

        i.            Mix all ingredients well together

      ii.            Place pork ribs in the sauce to marinate for about 4 hours, cover the container with aluminium foil to lock the taste in

    iii.            Steam pork ribs for about 1 hour

    iv.            BBQ it on the pit on a short while (this part really brings out the flavour!)


Recipes 4. Honey Glazed BBQ Pork Ribs

This recipe requires a tad more work than usual, but trust us when we say- it’ll be worth it! Y’see, you’ll need to prepare the marinating sauce and a glazing sauce.


 Barbecue Pork Ribs



Things You’ll Need:

            Marinating Sauce

        i.            2 tablespoons of oyster sauce

      ii.            2 teaspoons of light soy sauce

    iii.            2 tablespoons of char siew sauce

    iv.            ¼ teaspoon dark soy sauce

      v.            2 tablespoons of Chinese cooking wine

    vi.            1 tablespoon of sugar

  vii.            4 cloves of mashed garlic (leave their skin on)

viii.            4 mashed shallots

Glazing Sauce

        i.            2 tablespoons of honey

      ii.            ¼ teaspoons of dark soy sauce

    iii.            1 tablespoon of oil


How To Do It:

        i.            Pour in all of the Marinating Sauce ingredients in a bowl and mix well

      ii.            Marinate the pork ribs nicely in the sauce and leave it overnight

    iii.            Place marinated pork ribs on the BBQ pit to cook for about 10 minutes

    iv.            Prepare the glazing sauce

      v.            Brush glazing sauce generously on pork ribs while flipping in between for 3 minutes


Recipes 5. Coffee BBQ Pork Ribs

We urban-junglers live closely with coffee by our sides. So why not incorporate this in our ever-delicious BBQ food too?


Coffee BBQ Pork Ribs Singapore


Things You’ll Need:

        i.            2 egg whites

      ii.            2 ½ oz. packets instant coffee mix

    iii.            3 tablespoons Asian oyster sauce

    iv.            3 tablespoons cornstarch

      v.            2 tablespoons sugar

    vi.            2 red chopped chili

  vii.            2 sprigs of spring onions

viii.            ½ of cup water

    ix.            2 tablespoons of cinnamon powder

      x.            1 tablespoon of vegetable oil

    xi.            a pinch of salt


What To Do:

        i.            Marinate the pork ribs in room temperature in a bowl of the egg whites and a pinch of salt for at least 30 minutes

      ii.            Rub in the cornstarch onto the pork ribs and leave it for 10 minutes

    iii.            Pour vegetable oil in a high-sided pot and deep fry ribs for 5 minutes

    iv.            In another container, add ½ cup of cup, instant coffee mix, oyster sauce and 1 red chopped chili

      v.            Simmer the mixture over medium heat, adding in sugar

    vi.            Lower the fire when the sauce thickens and add ribs into container

  vii.            Gently toss pork ribs till fully coated with the sauce

viii.            BBQ the pork ribs

    ix.            Serve with dusts of cinnamon powder, chopped spring onions and remaining chopped chili



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