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How to make sticky ribs

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For a quick and tasty pork dish, it's hard to beat sticky ribs. Marinate them overnight and look forward to a delicious treat that's ready in ten minutes. Here's what to do:
What you'll need: 
1.4 kg (3 lb) pork spare ribs
7 to 8cm long piece of ginger, peeled and grated
6 cloves of garlic, peeled and crushed
6 tbsp runny honey
6 tbsp light soy sauce
6 tbsp dry sherry
2 tsp hot chilli sauce
Medium-sized mixing bowl
Large saucepan
Grill (or oven)
1: 
Separate the ribs, if necessary
2: 
Mix the other ingredients in your bowl
3: 
Add the ribs to the mixture, turning them until they are fully coated. Marinate overnight in the fridge (or for at least four hours if you really can't wait!)
4: 
After marinating, grill the ribs on high power until they are well-browned; the meat should separate from the bone very easily. Put the ribs to one side, covering them to preserve heat.
5: 
Pour the grill juices into your saucepan and add the remaining marinade.
6: 
Boil the mixture until it has reduced to a nice, sticky sauce.
7: 
Brush the sauce onto the ribs and serve.
Tips: 
If you prefer to oven cook the ribs, they will need 35-40 minutes at 240 degrees C (Gas Mark 9)
Warnings: 
Note that you require only 2 TEASPOONS of chilli sauce

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