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Smoky Kansas ribs Deputy Food Editor Gregor McMaster discovered the fantastic favour of barbecued ‘burnt ends’ of beef when he was in Kansas last year. His variation uses pork ribs, which are quicker to cook SERVES 4 READY IN 1HR 30MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.55 Oil, for greasing 1kg Butcher’s Selection Pork Ribs 4 level tbsp Dijon mustard 2tbsp pickle liquid from a jar of dill cucumbers, or cider vinegar 3 level tbsp brown sugar 1tbsp Worcestershire sauce 2tsp Tabasco sauce 1 level tbsp smoked paprika 1tsp mixed dried herbs 1 Preheat the oven to 160C/140C Fan/Gas 3. Grease a roasting tin and add the ribs, plus 4tbsp water. Cover with foil and cook for 30mins. 2 Remove from the oven. Uncover and drain of the liquid. Stir in the rest of the ingredients. Use a spoon to turn the ribs until coated. 3 Cover with foil again and cook for another 30mins. 4 Turn up the heat to 200C/ 180C Fan/Gas 6. Remove the foil and cook for 10mins. 5 Transfer the ribs to the barbecue or grill. Cook for 5-10mins, turning, until they start to blacken. Each 150g serving contains: ENERGY

FAT

SATURATES SUGARS Med

1,142kj Med Med 273kcal 13.2g 4.2g 14% 19% 21%

SALT Med

12g 1.35g 13% 23%

of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 761kJ/182kcal

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