Korean BBQ Pork

July 23, 2013  •  Meat & Poultry

korean bbq pork ribs shreddedWhen I know that I’m going to be getting a half hog or lamb or some grass fed beef soon from a farmer or rancher in Colorado, I get a bit hyper-focused on using up the meat from the last shipment. One of the things I found last week in the freezer were some pork country style ribs. I don’t make ribs a lot because it’s just my husband and I here most of the time, but I had been fixated on coming up with a Korean style BBQ recipe, and decided these ribs would work perfectly for that.pork ribs before roastingCountry style ribs have larger portions of meat on them, but they are still loaded with fat. By slow roasting these ribs in the BBQ sauce the fat melts away. I then cut the tender meat from the fat and bones and shredded it. You can also drain out the fat from the roasting pan and then use a bit of water to pick up all of the BBQ sauce drippings and stir that into the shredded meat. We actually had this pork served over rice for dinner, but it’s perfect for a pulled pork BBQ kind of sandwich as well.

Korean BBQ Pork
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Recipe type: Entree
Serves: 3-4
  • 1 medium onion, roughly chopped
  • 2-3 large cloves garlic, roughly chopped
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  • ¼ cup soy sauce
  • ¼ cup chili garlic paste
  • ¼ cup brown sugar
  • ¼ cup rice wine vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon minced fresh ginger
  • 6 pork country style ribs
  1. Combine all ingredients except the pork in a food processor or blender and puree until fairly smooth. Lay pork ribs in the bottom of a Dutch oven and pour BBQ sauce over the ribs, making sure that ribs are covered in sauce on both sides. Cover and bake at 300 degrees until very tender, about 4 hours.
  2. Remove ribs from the sauce and separate the meat from the fat and any bones; discard fat and bones. Shred the meat and set aside. Drain excess fat from the Dutch oven, then stir in about 2-4 tablespoons of water to the caramelized BBQ sauce in the pot. Stir the sauce into the shredded pork.



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  1. Roy says:

    Is this 300 degrees F or 300 degrees C?

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