This is my version of the traditional Korean dish, Kalbi. It's a quick and simple recipe that involves a really easy marinade. It's frequently requested and extremely tasty!
You may need to special order these at your local butcher. If unavailable, substitute in pork spare ribs.
You can also grill or roast these ribs.
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This did not work for us at all. The flavor was very good (hence the 3 stars) on the tiny portion that was edible, but the ribs didn't grill right at all. I think it would have been much better to try this marinade with slow cooking the ribs instead of grilling them. They were almost impossible to eat and mostly went to waste, it was very disappointing. - 06 Jun 2010 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
OMG! THE INGREDIENT COMBINATION WAS SUPERB. IT SOUNDED SO GOOD I COULD NOT WAIT TO MARINATE I JUST BAKED. DELICIOUS THANK YOU - 17 Jan 2010 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I've used this recipe a handful of times. Each time I made it, everyone raved about the ribs, even scooping up the last drop of juice and and pouring it over their rice. Since I do not have a grill, I cooked the ribs in the oven. I used aluminum foil to seal the ribs like a tent and gave it more of a steam effect so that they came out very tender; the meat was falling off of the bones. I cooked it in 400 degrees for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. - 27 Nov 2011 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)