Tuesday, August 02, 2011 Posted by Dina N
One of our favorites are the boneless pork ribs. The other day, I got a 6 lbs pack and made a very easy, simple dish: baked boneless ribs. First, I preheated the oven to 400. I used about 4 lbs because that's what fit in my dutch oven. I cut the other 2 lbs into 1-inch cubes to make my famous sweet and sour pork.
For the baked pork ribs, I coat the bottom with canola oil and brush some on the meat. Add a quarter cup of red wine. Then, the important part: spices. I decided to experiment with the BKW Seasonings Steak Rub. This grilling blend is recommended for steak, burgers, roasts, fish and veggies - so why not try it for pork? It's been too hot and humid to do any grilling outdoors, so baked boneless pork ribs fit the bill.
BKW Seasonings is a family-owned business that has been around since the 1960s. Besides the steak rub, they offer six other blends, including a terrific Big Kahuna Original Gourmet Blend that we tried back in February. The Big Kahuna is an all-purpose blend originally created for fried chicken that my husband likes to put on everything.
The steak rub contains sea salt, cracked black pepper, crushed red pepper and other spices. It has coarse texture and adds a rustic appearance to the dish. Usually, I use some salt, paprika and black pepper because the kids are not fans of hot spices. Hubby adds more of everything after the food is served. The BKW Seasonings Steak Rub added a very nice flavor to the meat that everyone enjoyed.
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I plan to try the steak rub over some veggies, chicken and of course with steak. I love the flavor and versatility of the BKW Seasonings. Next on my wish list is the barbecue rub - now if only the heat wave eases up...
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