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A Girl and Her Grill - Ginger, Honey and Soy Marinade for Baby Back Ribs, Chicken or anything else


Talk about tasty! This recipe was inspired by the July BBQ issue of Bon Appetit. I’ve made this about four times now and this marinade is not just for ribs. I’ve used it on pork chops, brushed it on salmon fillets, grilled some shrimp with it and guess what else? That’s right chicken. Also as I have an aversion to chopping down on garlic and ginger pieces I used the pureed stuff again that can be found in the produce aisle in your grocery store. Well at least mine has them and they’re called The Gourmet Garden Spice Blends.

Ingredients for Marinade

4 tablespoons ginger puree

4 tablespoons garlic puree

½ cup soy sauce

¼ cup mirin (sweet rice wine)

¼ cup clear honey

Whisk all the ingredients together. Then slather, soak or baste and grill your way to tastiness with the meat or fish of your choice.

Marinate any meat you choose for at least 4 hours or over night.

It’s All Delicious Notes: This recipe makes enough for two small racks of ribs and can easily be doubled.



Oven Baked Baby Back Ribs Slathered in Really Good BBQ Sauce


This BBQ sauce is from my great grandmothers family cookbook that was typed out on an old Royal typewriter. I love that book with all her old recipes and their simple names like this one...Really Good BBQ Sauce. This is so easy to make and so tasty, there’s no reason to buy store bought again.


Serves 2

2 1lb racks baby back ribs

1 ½ cups BBQ sauce (see recipe below)

Preheat oven to 350°F. Place ribs in a glass-baking dish just large enough to hold them. Pour BBQ sauce over. Cover with foil and bake for 30 minutes. Remove foil and baste ribs. Continue baking uncovered for another 15-20 minutes


BBQ Sauce

Makes about 5 cups

1 28oz can crushed or pureed tomatoes

1 cup Worcestershire sauce

1-cup molasses

½ cup cider vinegar

½ cup brown sugar

1 6oz can tomato paste

1 tablespoon smoked paprika

Simmer the above ingredients in a medium sized heavy saucepan on low until the sauce thickens. At least for 2 hours. Sauce will keep in fridge for a few weeks.

It’s All Delicious Notes: This sauce is great on chicken wings too!