EASY PEASY FILIPINO-STYLE BBQ RIBZ
- 1 pack of Flipit BBQ Ribz, thawed
- ¼ cup soy sauce
- ¼ cup oil
- ¼ cup tomato ketchup
- ¼ cup soft brown sugar
- ½ cup pineapple juice
- ½ cup water
- 1 head garlic, smashed
- Black pepper to season
Measure out marinade ingredients, then mix with a whisk or blitz in blender. Marinade Flipit Ribz for at least 15 minutes or leave overnight in fridge if you’re preparing for a dinner or BBQ for the next day.
Can skewer the Ribz or use as is. We don’t mind. Your Ribz, your grillz, your rulz.
BBQ: Grill and slap straight on the bbq, make sure grill is hot and ready. 3 minutes each side, basting with the remainder of the marinade. Cook until preferred caramelisation/doneness is achieved. Just don’t burn it. Remember… you’re not working in a coal mine, you’re cooking plant-based Ribz.
Time to cook pork ribs on grill: 30-60 minutes. Time to cook Flipit Ribz on grill: 6 minutes.
Pork ribs: 0, Flipit Ribz: 1. Winning!
Pan: Heat non-stick skillet on high heat and slap on the Ribz first, then drizzle with ¼ cup of the marinade. Flip after 2 minutes and cook other side. Allow the marinade to reduce or until preferred caramelisation/doneness is achieved. Should be done in 7-8 minutes. Or less. Depends on how impatient (or hungry) you can be!
All the BBQ sides you love (potato salad, anyone? Fries? Oh, yes fries...)
Rice… and more rice.
Simmer down the leftover marinade in a small stock pot and use it to glaze over the BBQ Ribz after cooking. Or drizzle on the rice. Warning: flavour bomb. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
1 Pack of 8 serves 4, if humans are super hungry. 2, if there are teenagers in the room (they are usually hungrier than the humans).