Goshen’s Deep Fried Ribs

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Goshen’s deep fried ribs are a wonderful game day appetizer or meal. It combines a taste of Southern hospitality and international ingredients for a satisfying unique flavor. Goshen’s deep fried ribs are complemented well with your favorite BBQ sauce for dipping.

A nice way to prepare Goshen’s deep fried ribs is by cutting each rib into 3 or 4 separate pieces if possible for bite size game day fun. (This is better to do before deep frying)

Serves 4-6

Ingredients for ribs

· 10-12 pork spareribs about 1 ½ pounds (about 680 grams). Remember to trim the excess fat on the pork spareribs.

· 2-3 tablespoons(about 30-45 milliliters) of flour

· Vegetable oil for deep frying.  

Ingredients for the marinade

· 1 clove of crushed garlic

· 1 tablespoon(about 14.3 grams) of light brown sugar

· 1 tablespoon(about 15 milliliters) of light soy sauce

· 1 tablespoon(about 15 milliliters) of dark soy sauce

· 2 tablespoons (about 30 milliliters) of dry sherry

· ½ teaspoon(about 4.7 grams) of chili powder

· 3 drops of sesame oil.

· Pinch of black pepper

Directions

Step 1: The first step in Goshen’s deep fried ribs is to cut up each rib into 3-4 pieces. Then mix all the ingredients for the marinade in a large bowl thoroughly. Put the cut up ribs in the marinade bowl and cover. Put the bowl in the refrigerator and let marinade for 3 or more hours.

Step 2: After the 3 hours get a pan or work area and coat the bottom with flower. Next pull out the ribs and coat each rib with flour. Heat up the vegetable oil in a frying pan or deep fryer to a medium heat. Then deep fry the ribs for 4-5 minutes and stir occasionally to keep the ribs separate. Then remove the ribs and drain off the oil. (Remember in Goshen’s deep fried ribs that all the ribs need to be submerged in the hot oil to be thoroughly cooked all the way through)

Step 3: Heat up the already medium hot oil to higher temperature and deep fry the ribs again for about 1 minute or until the ribs are a an even dark brown all around. Then remove the ribs and drain them and put them on a plate, then you can enjoy Goshen’s deep fried ribs.  Tip: for you BBQ lovers out there grab a bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce and put it in a little bowl on the side for dipping.

While passionate about psychology. With TRCB, he is one of the original Subject Matter Experts (SME), Author of upcoming book Naturally Good Cooking. For more please visit www.MichaelGoshen.com

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