So i don’t usually make ribs because they can take quite a while to make and cook. Also there is usually some kind of sticky mess that needs to be dealt with after the cooking is done.
This is such a quick recipe, you almost don’t need quantities. But for the sake of trying to be better at explaining my dishes, here it is:
Take about 600g of pork ribs, bone in. Baby back ribs are the best. But if you are desperate, anything will work.
Marinate overnight with: 8 pieces of chopped garlic, 1/2 cup of low sodium soy sauce, 1/2 cup of oyster sauce, 1/4 cup chilli garlic sauce, 2 red chillies, 1 green chili, 4 tbsp of Shrimp Paste.
After at least 8 hours covered, tossed and spent in the fridge. Take them out, let the sauce drop off, and place in the Air Fryer set at 180c. for about 20mins.
Boom, bam, done.
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