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Sweet and Spicy Pork Spare Ribs

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Pork spare ribs with a store-bought rub, slow roasted/braised in the oven, and then glazed with maple syrup - chipotle sauce and broiled.  

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Maple chipotle - don't think I have ever had that sweet & heat combination.  Lookin' good!

 

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It's pretty common in Korean cuisine. For pork and chicken, they use gochujang (chili paste) mixed with mul yut (malted barely syrup). Past few years, I have been noticing quite a few similarities between Korean food and Mexican. Kinda makes sense that Roy Choi is doing so well with his Korean tacos.  

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I've done Tabasco type sauces and maple syrup, chicken and waffles for example.  Chipotle should be good also, will have to try.

 

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To be honest - the chipotle flavor is pretty strong, and I am not sure that the flavor (not taste) of the maple syrup quite comes thru.  Next time, I might try using agave nectar instead.  I also added a little ketchup and some vinegar for sourness.

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