Balsamic Beef Ribs + Fried Green Apples

Hey guys! You loved the beef rib recipe so much, I devised another one. :)

balsamic beef ribs

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
  • Butter
  • 2 fresh green apples, peeled and cubed

Step one:

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.

Step two:

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.

Enjoy!

 

-Dannielle


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2 Responses to Balsamic Beef Ribs + Fried Green Apples

  1. MaryB1988 says:

    How many servings would this recipe make? I am guessing for one or maybe two people, am I about right? Trying to figure out how much I’d need to multiply it for my family of five. Sounds really good, though!

    • Nionvox says:

      Oops, I forgot to mention it in the recipe! Thanks for pointing it out. Generally it’s for 2 adults. :) Hope your family enjoys it as much as mine did!

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