Bavarian Pork Ribs

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I found a large package of travers de porc (French pork ribs) in my freezer in Sens and brought them back to Germany with me.  The travers de porc  is sort of a bonus cut; 1/2 to 3/4 is rib and the other part is pork belly.  I believe I’ve used my Bavarian Essence on every kind of meat/poultry cut possible except for pork ribs, until today.

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I stir fried some weary cabbage with a red pepper and shallot, then added a little sugar, vinegar and mustard.  Simple but satisfying.  Drizzle a little of your favorite barbecue sauce on the ribs before serving.

Bavarian Pork Ribs

1 travers de porc or a slab of pork ribs

2 -3  tbsp Bavarian Essence

1/3 cup olive oil

Barbecue Sauce

Mix the olive oil with the Essence and then brush generously on both sides of the pork. Leave in the refrigerator overnight or for at least 4 hours.

Roast the ribs on a rack in a 350 F oven for 1 1/2 – 2 hours until tender.  Drizzle with barbecue sauce.

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An American living in Burgundy, France
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21 Responses to Bavarian Pork Ribs

  1. One of my favourite cuts of pork, you get the thick juicy belly pork and some ribs to gnaw on, a bonus indeed. Love the treatment you’ve given them here.
    Cheers
    Marcus

  2. karllueck says:

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  3. Those ribs look like heaven! I wish it was easier to find the cut here in the states! Our ribs come painfully un-fatty.

  4. I don’t know if anyone’s ever told you this, but you have cracking ribs, Rosemary…

  5. These look really delicious!

  6. bec {daisy and the fox} says:

    this looks and sounds incredible!!
    i am officially drooling :P

  7. Bali Tour says:

    It’s Amazing
    Thanks for the recipe :)

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