Thai Tom Yum Pork Ribs
- SERVES: 2
- PREP: 8 to 24 hours for marinating, 1 hour to cook
- TOTAL TIME: minimum 9 hours
All the flavor of Tom Yum soup but glazed onto tender, sticky ribs.
Before you say “NOOOO I can’t make this!! I can’t get tom yum seasoning!!”, trust me, you can, and it is SO worth keeping for the rest of time. I usually get mine via Amazon Prime but if you’re anti-that for whatever reason, there are a ton of cool spice places online that you can get it on right now, here on the same Al Gore internet you are currently connected to.
cup Tom Yum soup base (I got one on Amazon, a powder base called Cot Lau Thai Lan)
cup fish sauce
rack of baby back pork ribs (anywhere from 8 to 11 ribs on the rack)
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