Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 6 hours
Makes6 servings (about 4 cups sauce)
This was even better than the best Chinese American pork dishes we've had. I did some modifications because I only had center cut pork chops and wanted to grill them. Here's what I did: Marinated the pork chops in the slow-cooker ingredients for 3.5 hours; removed the pork chops from the marinate, dripped off as much of the liquid as possible and placed them on a hot griddle. This cooking technique gave the pork chops that caramelized char that was amazing. I boiled and simmered the marinating liquid for a good 7 minutes, added half the amount of the cornstarch mixture and served the ribs with this sauce on the side and a salad. My family can't wait to eat this again!
Made this recipe with 2 1/2 lbs. baby back ribs. Cut all ingredients in 1/2 and only used 1/2 cup light brown sugar. Great Asian taste and smell. Will definitely make again.
The sauce was tasty. I think though, that my ribs were too fatty because the cooking juices, even after reducing vere very oily. Maybe next time I'll boil the ribs a bit as I do when I oven-bake them.
marinated overnight and grilled outside creates a wonderful glaze and taste
I used boneless country-style ribs, and used ground ginger rather than purchase ginger root. This recipe is very good, and very easy to prepare! I'll be making this one again!
I made these ribs for a birthday party I hosted this weekend and everyone raved about them! I used boneless country ribs. I will definitely be making this recipe again!
These ribs were very good and easy. Only had 2-1/2 lbs of baby backs so halved the sauce portion and cooked meat side down in the slow cooker for 6 hrs 40 min, which was a bit too long, so I'll adjust it next time. Served w/ basmati rice and corn on the cob. Did not make gravy, used sauce as is. Will make again.
This is every bit as good (if not better) than the pork ribs served at our favorite Chinese buffet restaurant. Definitely a keeper.
I thought this dish was great! I made a couple subs with it though. I used 1 tbs of ground ginger and country style pork ribs. I thought it had a great flavor and plenty of sauce. The only bummer...my boyfriend wasn't crazy about it. Maybe because of the ginger? Guess that means more leftovers for me!