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Welcome to my blog! I'm starting this blog to add some spice to some of your kitchens! I follow a primal lifestyle which basically means I eat a whole bunch of vegetables, good meats, some fruit, nuts and seeds and a little dairy. I avoid eating all grains and try not to eat processed food and limit the amount of sugar I throw down my throat. Basically the name of the game is to eat REAL FOOD. Sounds simple right? But sometimes people find it hard to start to eat this way. So this blog is here to help you (and me) throw together some awesome tasty food . So please stay a while and get your creative kitchen juices flowing again!!

Thursday, 16 February 2012

Ribs!

There are a few foods that I love to eat a lot of. And I think I'll be safe to put ribs into this category.

So this is the first of many posts to come on many ways to cook ribs!

The cool thing about ribs is that you can change the spices you use every time and experiment to get them tasting the way you like them.

There are heaps of ideas out there on ways to cook ribs.

Hopefully the way I've done them below will be really easy for everyone to do. All you need is an oven...

Ingredients:

Pork Ribs (Any cut but for this recipe I use American Cut)
1/8 tsp Chili Powder
Heaped tsp Thyme
1/8 tsp Cayenne Pepper
2 tsp Mustard Seeds
2 tsp Paprika
1 tsp Ground Coriander
Heaped tsp Ground Cumin
Tinfoil

Take all your dried spices and mix them together in a small bowl.


Take your Ribs and put them in a bowl and then cover them with the spice mixture.

Really get your hands in there and rub the spices into the meat.


At this point if you like you can cover with glad wrap and leave in the fridge overnight ready for the next day.

Or if you can't wait then you can just go straight into cooking them.

Turn the oven on to 200°C.

In the bottom of a roasting tray line with some of the tin foil.

Place your ribs in the the middle of the foil and then cover tightly all around the ribs with the foil. Use extra foil if needed to make the ribs nice and cosy in there.


Place in the oven and leave them there for 2 hours.

After 2 hours is up take the tray out of the oven and take the ribs out of the foil and place them back in the tray.

Place the tray back in the oven for 30 mins more and this will brown and crisp up the ribs nicely.

They should now be ready to eat and should look something like this:

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