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How are you cooking them? Pizza temperature? Any advice would be appreciated.
I made a bed of coals and used an improvised "Tuscan Grill" arrangement. I think temp was around 290 C which was a bit warm for it as there was some charring, but the taste was amazing. I marinaded the ribs for about an hour before putting them in the oven, then removed them frequently to baste with more sauce. The rosemary stuck to the cast iron grid and when heated up by the coals, imparted the flavour to the meat. I still have some sauce left over so may do another run this evening - weather permitting.
Looks great and yummy. Any photos of the end results?
It went quite fast but my wife kept some for a snack later so I will see if I can get a pic of that. If not, I will definitely do another run either today, or later in the week. Rain has started so hopefully that will clear by the time I get home from work.
Another run of the same this evening. Oven temp around 280 C. Did ribs with salt and pepper for about 10 mins then applied sauce. The finished product. Just trying to remember the ingredients ... think it was about 15 or so in the end.
I am quite keen to work on perfecting the marinade recipe and add some chilli to spice it up. Been holding back because my wife is not a chilli fan. The rosemary does not seem to be a common item to include in this sort of recipe but it added another flavour dimension, but at the same time it wasn't overpowering.