Pork ribs is the second ultimate BBQ food after hamburgers. This pork recipe is a bit complicated because I used duck fat, and olive is the best substitution.
My Jamming Pork Ribs is the perfect name for this recipe. Remember the other day when I posted on Facebook that I had a recipe for pork ribs, and it had a secret ingredient? Well, here it is! Are you ready for it? But first, I think I want to call this recipe Jamming Pork Ribs. How about it for a name? I guess that’s it then!
The ribs were jamming. I don’t know if it’s because we waited anxiously for the ribs to thoroughly cooked, but I know I was not the only one who thought so. I love it when tasty dishes are created without any major planning. Wait! Have I said that before in another post? I feel like I am repeating myself.
Using duck fat
I almost forgot to tell you what the secret ingredient is. Well, here it is! DUCK FAT – all in capital letters. Yes, duck fat is the secret ingredient. That just happened by accident because it was available. I figured that it would be another way to use duck fat and not olive oil. There was no doubt about the taste because the duck that was cooked the day before was flavorful.
Duck is fatty and in the poultry family. I usually roast or cook it in a crockpot to preserve the fat. Adding the fat to another recipe will add more flavor to your dish. Duck fat is sold in stores, and if you cannot find it, you can always make your own or use olive oil.
The spices in the pork ribs recipe
I used the usual spices, cumin, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, smoked paprika, salt, and pepper. With a spice mixture for meat, there is always the needs for acidity. A mix of balsamic vinegar and fresh lime juice finished this excellent marinade.
I have to warn you that this recipe is for three slabs of pork ribs and it will go fast. Just make sure you cook the meat thoroughly before serving.
Check out other ribs recipe here!