Guajillo Chile & Rum Spiced Pork Ribs

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Pork rib craving – gotto give in to it 🙂
However, you’ve got to plan this well, because when the craving start’s, it will take another 9 hours of slow cooking time before you can eat your rib’s.
And so it goes:
Make a paste of  “Brugal” rum, kosher salt, guajillo chile, granulated garlic and freshly ground black pepper. Cover both sides of the ribs with a thick cover of the paste. Place rib’s on a rack which sit’s over a pan of water. Cover loosely with aluminum foil and bake at 180 F for 8 hours. (Replenish water if necessary). Remove foil and bake another hour until ribs are nicely colored.
The Verdict : Very tasty, very juicy, very tender, very easy to prepare. Rib’s rule !
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Bon Appetit !   Life is Good !
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Guajillo Chile & Rum Spiced Pork Ribs

Guajillo Chile & Rum Spiced Pork Ribs


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Guajillo Chile & Rum Spiced Pork Ribs

Guajillo Chile & Rum Spiced Pork Ribs


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Guajillo Chile & Rum Spiced Pork Ribs

Guajillo Chile & Rum Spiced Pork Ribs

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Guajillo Chile & Rum Spiced Pork Ribs

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Guajillo Chile & Rum Spiced Pork Ribs

Guajillo Chile & Rum Spiced Pork Ribs

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2 comments

  1. I haven’t seen my pork butcher in a while ….. your blog today made go pay him a visit to buy some ribs and other goodies, and marinated them for tomorrows bake-off.
    The neighbors are already queuing …
    Will blog soon 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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