Recipe courtesy of Martha Stewart
3 hr 25 min
20 min
5 servings


For the flavoring paste:
For the sauce:


Preheat oven to 200 degrees F.

In the bowl of a food processor fitted with the steel blade or in the jar of a blender, combine the paste ingredients, and blend until smooth. Dry the ribs with paper towels, then rub them thoroughly with the paste. Place the ribs on 2 baking sheets, and slow-roast for 3 hours, or until red juice appears when you poke the meat with a fork and the meat is tender and pulls easily from the bone. Remove the ribs from the oven. The ribs may be broiled at this point or refrigerated, covered, for up to 2 days.

While the ribs are roasting, combine the sauce ingredients in a small bowl, and mix well; set aside.

Heat broiler to high. Place rack 3 inches from broiler.

Place the ribs on a clean baking sheet. Ideally, the ribs should have a light crust on the surface, and depending on your broiler, this will take 3 to 5 minutes per side. Brush the ribs with the sauce during the last 30 seconds under the broiler.

Cut the ribs apart between the bones, and serve with remaining sauce on the side.


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