1cupAsian pear minced/gratedcan sub apple or bosc pear
½cupShaoxing rice wine
2tablespoonsesame oil or hot sesame oil
Start by wiping off any blood that may be visible on the ribs. Also check for any possible bone fragments which may be present, and discard those. Set aside.
Combine soy sauce and the rest of the marinade ingredients in a small bowl. The marinade ingredients include everything except the garnishes and the beef ribs. Using a food processor helps make easy work of mincing the garlic, ginger, onion, and Asian pear and helps shorten your prep time.
Next, pour marinade over the ribs, and marinate in your fridge for a minimum 4 hrs or overnight. Using a ziploc bag is perfect for this!
Take the ribs out of the fridge 30 minutes prior to cooking so that they can come to room temperature, and preheat your oven to 375F. Remove the ribs from the marinade, and discard the marinade.
Now bake ribs preferably on a broiling pan (or on a rimmed sheet pan) uncovered for 20 minutes, turning after 10 minutes for even cooking. Be sure to place ribs in a single layer on the dish (don't place them on top of each other).
Remove, then turn on your oven broiler. Broil (keeping a close eye!) for between 1- 3 minutes. Your bone tender ribs will look absolutely STUNNING after broiling! They are now ready to serve!
Please note that the Nutrition facts are calculated with the marinade, however the marinade is discarded prior to baking in the oven.Enjoy these ribs with some white rice and Korean side dishes such as: