Hey guys! You loved the beef rib recipe so much, I devised another one. 🙂
This is a balsamic vinegar infused, garlicky, melty recipe, with that hint of tart, fresh, green apple. Far from being vinegary, the slow roasting reduces the balsamic to a sweet, tangy syrupy glaze.
Serves 2 adults.
You will need:
- A good quality balsamic vinegar
- 2 heads garlic, peeled
- 4 beef ribs, trim off the skin on the back of the bones
- Salt & pepper
- Onion powder/finely diced onion
- 2 fresh green apples, peeled and cubed
Preheat oven to 350.
Prepare a roasting dish. Line with foil, place the ribs in bone side down, meat side up. Douse with a healthy amount of balsamic vinegar.
Place cloves of garlic around and underneath the ribs.
Season with onion, salt & pepper. Place in oven to roast for 1-2hrs depending on the size of the ribs. Mine were small and took about 1.5hrs. They will pull away from the bone when ready.
Set the ribs aside to rest. Fry the cubed apple in butter and a few spoonfuls of pan juices from the ribs until lightly browned. (This smells AMAZING by the way.)
Serve ribs with a health ladle of fried apples and greens, and a chilled drink.
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