Grilled Beef Ribs (Taste & Create)

This is another VERY overdue post. Taste & Create is a blogging event in which you are randomly paired up with another participant, and each of you try a recipe from the other’s food blog. I was paired with the talented Christine of Kits Chow (back in the spring, we had some unfortunate family circumstances that made me miss the T&C deadline, but we did make the ribs over the summer). Christine and I have very different blogs. I bake a lot and she informed me that her oven is used to store her baking sheets which rarely get used. I was very excited about making something “out of the box” for me. We don’t eat much red meat, and when we do hubby usually prepares it. I chose this recipe because hubby loves ribs and I love cilantro. Sounds perfect.

The flavor of these ribs was amazing. The marinade smelled so good. Like I said, I love cilantro! We served this with some broccoli and gobbled the meal right up. Again, I’m sorry to Christine for not posting this anywhere near on time.

Grilled Beef Ribs – from Kits Chow
For the marinade:
1 knob of ginger, chopped
6 cloves garlic, chopped
1 Tbs. sea salt – I used Kosher
1 Tbs. black peppercorns, toasted
2 Tbs lemon grass, minced
2 cups cilantro leaves and stems, chopped
Juice of 2 limes
2 Tbs.chili oil – I left this out since I can’t handle spiciness

Beef ribs – about 1 1/2 lbs

Put the ingredients except the lime juice and chili oil into a mortar and pound into a thick paste. Add the lime juice and chili oil and mix well. Put half of the marinade in a bowl and reserve for another use (I used all of the marinade for these ribs).

Or give all the ingredients a whirl in the food processor for a minute or two, transfer the paste to two bowls. Set aside (refrigerate it if necessary).

Marinate the ribs for for a few hours or keep in the refrigerator overnight. Place the baking rack in the middle of the oven. Transfer the ribs to a baking pan and put it on the baking rack. Turn the broiler on and broil for 15 minutes on one side. Turn the meat over and broil for another fifteen minutes. The ribs here are medium rare. Remove from oven. Cut the meat into pieces and dish up. Pour the pan juices over the meat and sprinkle with fried shallots.

The broiling times are estimates as oven temperatures vary. Keep an eye on the meat. Ribs usually have a bit of fat on them and you don’t want a fire in the oven.

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6 Responses to “Garlic Naan”

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    Fun and Fearless in Beantown — September 26, 2010 at 1:11 pm

    I would never think to make naan at home but after KAF, I think I’d do it! This looks great.

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    Kate — September 26, 2010 at 4:01 pm

    Mmmm, garlic. I made homemade naan this summer and it was glorious. Homemade bread just cannot be beat.

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    theblogisthenewblack — September 26, 2010 at 9:58 pm

    I’ve never made naan, but I ight have to!

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    Eliana — September 27, 2010 at 2:46 am

    Glad you converted because there is nothing better than garlic in my opinion. It looks like it works perfectly in this naan 🙂

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    Cornelius the Pig — September 28, 2010 at 4:15 pm

    we’ve never made naan before, but this recipe looks so good i think we’re going to have to try it!

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    Elizabeth — September 30, 2010 at 8:54 pm

    I love garlic and I’m sure it was great in naan – it looks delicious!

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