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frank

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TRAYED BEEF SHORT RIBS
« on: 11/01/10 13:09:10 »
Sam's Club had "trayed beef short ribs" on sale, so I bought some. They look as though they have been split right down the middle of the bone. Look good, but don't know how to prepare them. Has anyone ever tried them? How did you prepare them? Any help appreciated.
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Re: TRAYED BEEF SHORT RIBS
« Reply #1 on: 11/01/10 18:05:34 »
I have not done them but here is a post from CB on Short Ribs

http://forums.charbroil.com/index.php?topic=1801.0


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Re: TRAYED BEEF SHORT RIBS
« Reply #2 on: 11/01/10 23:52:50 »
I usually will marinate the short ribs in a Kalbi marinade overnight and then grill them on the BBQ. Then I serve the ribs on a bed of white rice.

Here are the ingredients for the marinade...

1 1/2 cups soy sauce
3/4 cup white sugar
1/4 cup sesame oil
5 cloves of garlic, minced
1/2 of a medium yellow onion, chopped
3 large green onions, cut into small pieces
2 tbl toasted sesame seeds
1/2 tsp of red pepper flakes

This will make enough marinade for 4-5 lbs of short ribs


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Re: TRAYED BEEF SHORT RIBS
« Reply #3 on: 11/02/10 08:45:59 »
Thanks MUEBE AND RAD for the input. Am going to try them probably Wed. Will let you know how they turn out. Try to get pics too.
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Re: TRAYED BEEF SHORT RIBS
« Reply #4 on: 11/04/10 16:32:59 »
Could not find any reference to "trayed beef short ribs", but did find some references to "flanken" short ribs and these look like the ones I bought. Evidently short ribs are cut either in English cut which we are used to seeing, or in flanken cut, which is used mainly in Korean style dishes. This style is cut about .5 inch thick across the ribs. Have some pics of em so you can see what they looked like when cut this way, after marinating them for about 3 hr in the terriaki sauce recipe, and just before taking em off the SRG. Cooked them about 5 min on each side. Tasty, somewhat tender, not falling off the bone but came off easily, and good enough to have again (got to because I only cooked half the package). Really, they were good, but next time would marinate them longer and cook more of them cause there was not much meat on em. Had them with potato salad and lettuce salad from our garden.
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Re: TRAYED BEEF SHORT RIBS
« Reply #5 on: 11/04/10 17:59:37 »
Frank,  Good looking cook.  There are many ways to cook those ribs inside and outside the house.  Dee
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Re: TRAYED BEEF SHORT RIBS
« Reply #6 on: 11/04/10 18:56:58 »
Looking good Frank and we love short ribs.  We do short ribs using a great Korea recipe called Kalbi. I do believe I have posted one if you are interested.

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Re: TRAYED BEEF SHORT RIBS
« Reply #7 on: 11/05/10 09:27:28 »
Yes, SS, have that recipe and will use it when I do the second batch, which will probably be next week.
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Re: TRAYED BEEF SHORT RIBS
« Reply #8 on: 11/05/10 10:17:24 »
These are great. So quick and easy. When they are on sale, it is nice to grab a bunch and keep em on hand in "dinner size" portions in the freezer. They defrost really quick and are great in a pinch. A little marinade, and seasoning, and you are off and running. On the grill is a great way to prepare these...Nice find Frank!
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Re: TRAYED BEEF SHORT RIBS
« Reply #9 on: 11/05/10 18:33:39 »
Yes, SS, have that recipe and will use it when I do the second batch, which will probably be next week.

Ok frank that sounds great and I hope we get to see lots of description and pictures.

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Re: TRAYED BEEF SHORT RIBS
« Reply #10 on: 11/05/10 19:12:07 »
Another thing you can do is make a vegetable beef stew.  Simply put your ribs in a pot.  Cover with water.  Add whatever seasonings you want.  Add whatever vegetables you wish and then just cook and cook till everything is done.  Very simple and very good.  Dee
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