Beer Braised Pork Ribs
The Recipe: We heard you like beer and pork, so we got a recipe for beer braised pork ribs.
The Pairing: For this dish, we’re looking to accentuate the rich, roasted character of our delicious beer braised pork ribs. There are a few types of beers that are up to the task. Porters and stouts are a great option, as are styles with a rich, malty backbone – such as Bock beer and some amber ales. From the DPBC range, give our Woodhead Amber a go!
– 2tbsp oil
– 1.5kg of pork ribs (go to your local butcher and help support small business)
– 2 onions
– 330ml of #DPBC Lager
– 1 chicken stock cube
– 1tsp smoked paprika
– 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
– 3tbsp brown sugar
– Set oven to 220C.
– Heat oil in large pan and sizzle ribs until well browned
– Put ribs to one side.
– Slice onions, place in the same pan and cook until soft.
– Pour 330ml #DPBC Lager into the same pan, bring up to a boil, and scrape all that delicious flavour off the bottom.
– Add two cups of water, 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar, 1tsp of smoked paprika and a chicken stock cube to the pan. Stir.
– Pop the ribs back into the pan and place into 220C oven, uncovered, for one hour
– Carefully remove pan from oven and sprinkle the brown sugar into the sauce. Baste the ribs.
– If the sauce is still a bit thin, put the pan on a burner and reduce the liquid until the consistency of runny ketchup.
– Serve with one of our recommended beer pairings.
Recipe Credit: Telegraph.co.uk