Grilled pork ribs in the fryer

Spicy ribs are grilled in an air fryer giving them a dark golden color. Respect the cooking temperature carefully so that they retain their tenderness and all their flavors. In addition, pieces of ribs kept whole remain more fragrant and do not dry out during cooking.

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For 2 people

Preparation: 20 minutes

Marinade: 1 hour

Cooking time: 18 minutes


– 450 g pork ribs

– 1 tablespoon of grain salt

– 40 ml of rice wine (or vinegar)

– A pinch of roasted white sesame

– 1 piece of ginger

– 4 cloves of garlic, finely chopped

– 2 finely chopped shallots

– 3 stalks of fresh lemongrass (or lemongrass powder)

– 2 teaspoons (tsp) cinnamon powder

– 5 tsp oyster sauce

– 3 tsp of nuoc mam (fish brine)

– 2 tsp of Knorr chicken or chicken stock flavor powder

– 5 tsp of honey

– 3 tsp ground pepper

– 2 tsp chili powder (can be replaced with 1-2 fresh chili peppers)

– 3 tsp of oil

– 2 tsp of cashew oil.


– Rub the rib with grain salt and rice wine (or vinegar) for 5 minutes, then rinse thoroughly.

– In a pot of water, add a few slices of fresh ginger and a little salt. As soon as it starts boiling, place the ribs for about 1 minute. Take out, rinse and drain.

Note : you can also rinse the ribs with fresh coconut water, which gives a very pleasant fragrant note.

– Before marinating, make a few diagonal cuts all over the surface of the ribs, paying particular attention to the back (cut the ribs well so that they do not shrink).

On the thick part, cut a little deeper so that the meat is fully spiced and cooked evenly.

If the ribs are too large, you can divide them to fit in the fryer.

– Peel then finely chop the shallot, garlic and ginger.

– Remove the green husk from the lemongrass, and chop finely.

Marinade : There are many ways to marinate grilled ribs, and depending on the type of marinade, they will have different flavors. Therefore, season according to your taste.

– Prepare the mixture with 3 tsp lemongrass powder, 2 tsp cinnamon powder, 3 tsp ground pepper, 5 tsp oyster sauce, 5 tbsp .tsp. honey, 2 tsp. Knorr chicken seasoning powder, 2 tsp. non-spicy chili powder, 3 tsp. nuoc mam3 tsp cashew oil (or red cashew powder/annatto powder), 3 tsp oil, chopped shallot, garlic, ginger.

– Mix and rub this mixture evenly on the surface of the ribs. Allow the ribs to absorb the spices for at least 30-60 minutes. Don’t forget to brush several times during this time.

– Before cooking, brush your preparation one last time. Cook at a temperature of 180°C for 10 minutes. Then, turn the rib over, spread a layer of sauce, then continue cooking for 5 minutes, still at 180°C.

– Turn your piece of meat once again for another 3 minutes, remove from the heat, it’s ready.

– If there is any marinade left, you can bring it to the boil and use it when tasting. Present the ribs on a plate, sprinkle with sesame.

Good luck and bon appetit!

Source: Nguyên Van Thang/CVN


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