BBQ Pork Recipes

How to make Grilled pork

In this episode we will teach you on how to make grilled pork, this recipe is also very famous in the Philippines, yet it is very simple to prepare, almost in all occasion this recipe is present like birthdays, fiesta, weddings, christening, parties, team buildings, and pulutan. it’s without a doubt that grilled pork is present in most Filipino occasions. And not ony that this recipe is also popular in Asia and many countries around the word. So what are you waiting for, prepare your own grilled pork now. Just follow the video and you’re good.

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10 Replies to “How to make Grilled pork

  1. For people who don’t have a grill, just cook your ribs in your oven at 275°F for about 3 to 4 hours!!

  2. To make this whole thing way more foolproof cook way lower and slower, carefully drain that liquid from the foil, reduce and incorporate it into your BBQ sauce while they’re resting, then paint it onto the ribs, crank the oven way up, maybe even broil, and let that sauce form a nice crisp dark layer, adding extra coats and repeating 2 or more times until you’re satisfied.

  3. So about the “fall off the bone” status, most rib experts will say ribs should have a little chew and tug on the bone, falling off means they are likely overcooked. I was skeptical of this but when I went to St. Louis and had the best ribs I ever had in my life, I was sold. Don’t overcook your ribs, people

  4. I was sold in the beginning, but the meat literally falling off of the rib bone and plopping on the counter really got me.

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