Oven Ribs and Cheddar Mash

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Oven Ribs and Cheddar Mash
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
4 hr
Total Time
4 hr 10 mins
 
Trying to catch up with recipes and create a good system to make them happen. If you see a dish you’d like to get recipeed out on socials point me to it and I’ll move it to top. This one is a first of a final blend going to come out soon called Sowflakes. It’s made for pork, a little spicy, and honey pumped for an outstanding final crust. Just waiting on a few testers and maybe one more tweak depending on them. I do ribs all kinds of ways via homemade electric smoker, charcoal grill slow smoke, a true smoker, and the oven. Mostly I only do “low-n-slow”, there are several techniques to smoking but in the long run low-n-slow is baking. Electric, charcoal, smoker, and oven will all give a different final taste. It is rare I will ever low-n-slow any cut of meat covered. Just an opinion but to me that’s boiling. lol Very quick and easy recipe time to cook take a bit tho. Anyways, I’m rambling.
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Servings: 1
Ingredients
Rib Parts
  • 1 slab of ribs. Your fav.
  • 4 tbsp Sowflakes Biddy works great too
  • RUST to taste
Mash Parts
  • 1 baker potato This was done for one so multiply ingredients as needed.
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • 3 tbsp butter
  • Cilantro for garnish optional
  • Salt to taste.
Instructions
Ribs Magic
  1. Heat oven to 245
  2. Cut ribs into single ribs.
  3. Cover ribs in Sowflakes
  4. Place ribs bone down on safe grease catcher pan, Pyrex, grate over cookie sheet…
  5. Cook/bake uncovered for 4 hours and check.
  6. Look for meat shrinking on bone and dark in color crust.
  7. If meat shrunk they are ready if not go for another hour, rinse and repeat until looking fancy..
Mash Magic
  1. Take a fork and stick holes in it on all four sides.
  2. Cook in microwave at 11 minutes or until soft.
  3. When you can handle the heat cut potato in half longways and scoop (with spoon) potato only in a bowl.
  4. Add dash of salt, cheese, and butter.
  5. With a potato masher, mash until smooth. You may have to reheat a little to soften butter and melt cheese.
  6. Take a taste test, you may need another dash of salt.
  7. Plate The Magic
  8. Since we didn’t use milk in potato the “mash” is glutinous play doh. Shape it with hands however you want, above is a cue ball 😉 …
  9. These ribs don’t need sauce but I have to test stuff. RUST is on them but you could go nakey or use what you got.
  10. Enjoy Amigo!!!
About The Recipes:

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