How to cook pork ribs on the grill
Clean the pork ribs on the inside of the membrane: you need a thin, sharp knife to make an incision along the edge to lift its area. Now you can pull it out and gently remove the film. Cut the ribs into portions (4-5 bones). Do not cut too finely so that the meat does not come out of the juice.
Prepare the marinade. Mix tomato paste, vinegar, mustard, sugar (you need to get a beautiful crust), crushed garlic clove and seasoning “for barbecue.” Add ribs, stir. Leave to marinate for 60 min.
Preheat the grill so that the coals are bright red, without flame. Remove the ribs from the marinade, shake off the excess sauce, and put on the grill. Fry for 15-20 minutes on each side, until crisp, periodically lubricating the remains of the marinade.
Tip: these ribs can be cooked in the oven. Once the meat is marinated, shake off the excess sauce and wrap the ribs in foil. Bake in the oven 2-2. Five hours at a temperature of 150 degrees. The meat will be very tender.