**I received a complimentary Sous Vide Supreme in order to facilitate this post. Thank you Sous Vide for keeping this content free for my readers.
Sweet and tangy hoison bbq sauce with moist, tender, pork ribs. Only 5 minutes of prep and you get an amazing meal that is fall off the bones tender!
Growing up, my family was borderline vegetarian, with a few carnivorous years. My hubby’s family was and still is a meat and potatoes kind of family. Honestly I love meat, and I love veggies. I basically love all food. And BBQ is a fave, as is all things Asian, so I decided to combine them.
I am constantly looking for fun ways to mix things up and keep our kitchen table happy and fun! These ribs are definitely one of those happy table foods.
These ribs were made in my Home Sous Vide Supreme Oven (Water Oven). If you don’t have one, you should get one. You can read about why I think they are well worth the expense here. But don’t worry, even if you do not have one yet, you can still get the amazing flavors in this fantastic Hoison BBQ sauce.
What you do is cook your ribs in a mix of seasonings, and then sear them, then top with a really simple Hoison BBQ sauce. It literally only takes about 10 minutes of prep work, and the rest is done in the oven, leaving you with plenty of time to get a manicure, watch television, read a book, or do what I normally do…clean the house! But luckily you won’t have a destroyed kitchen because you will only have one bowl and spoon dirty! So eazy peazy!
Hoison BBQ Pork Ribs Sous Vide
- 2-3 lbs bone in Country Style Pork Ribs
- 2 Tbs Hoison
- 2 Tbs Olive Oil
- 1/2 Tbs Coriander
- 1/2 Tbs Cumin
- 1 Tbs garlic powder
- 2 Tbs Honey
- 1 tsp Sriracha
- 1 cup BBQ sauce of choice
- 2 Tbs Hoison
- 1 Tbs oil
- Set SousVide oven to 136 degrees F
- In a bowl mix together the "in bag" ingredients
- Place ribs in bag (or bags), and spoon sauce over the top until coated
- Seal bags using vacuum sealer.
- Place in prepared oven and let cook for 24-40 hours
- Remove from water oven, and in a hot fry pan with 1 Tbs oil, sear the sides of the ribs (optional)
- Mix together favorite BBQ sauce and hoison, and spoon over the top and serve warm
Our recipe card software calculates these nutrition facts based on averages for the above ingredients, different brands, and quality of produce/meats may have different nutritional information, always calculate your own based on the specific products you use in order to achieve accurate macros for this recipe.
There is just something finger lickin’ (in every sense of the phrase) good about ribs. This same sauce and marinade/rub would be awesome on boneless ribs too, I just accidentally bought the ones with the bones. I was totally distracted by my cute daughter who is on that cusp of terrible two’s, so I am soaking up the sweet moments before they go away. Womp Womp…sad face!
Anyway, back to this yummy-ness! Enjoy!
**I received a complimentary Sous Vide oven to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own.