This is an amazing recipe of Anna Gare's Texan Beef Ribs with Bourbon Sauce.
The ribs are rubbed in a intense mix of smoky paprika, salt, cumin seeds, pepper corns, fennel seeds, chilli flakes, brown sugar and olive oil.
The ribs are then slow roasted for four hours, we did it on our baby Weber Q.
Yes it is meant to be blackened!
Served with honey roasted vegetables and couscous.
A perfect summer dinner to be shared with friends.
The bourbon sauce is quite expensive, requiring two cups of bourbon, but the results were outstanding.
A sweet bbq sauce that was perfect with the flavoursome fall apart beef just asking to be chewed off the bone....
And of course I made dessert, my rhubarb obsession continues. This one inspired from the "Great British Menu" where instead of using lemon juice in a custard style tart use rhubarb juice. Along with a layer of cooked rhubarb and then topped with a caramelised white chocolate crumble.
The crumble was amazing. I firstly baked a basic crumble of butter, flour and a little sugar in a tray, once it just started to brown I mixed in melted white chocolate and then returned to the oven for two minute stints, giving it a good mix in between. Will definitely be using it again -yum :)
I want to eat this meal all over again.....