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Asian Style Rotisserie Spareribs Recipe

By: Andrea Alden

Sure, you could use a charcoal grill or smoker to make your ribs, but these Asian Style Rotisserie Spareribs will awe the masses with their creative use of your gas grill, not to mention the incredible flavor. Sticky, slightly sweet, and definitely delicious, this recipe for quick Asian Style ribs may just become your family favorite on rib night. 

Prep Time
25 Min
Cook Time
120 Min
Yield
4
Difficulty
Easy

Asian Style Rotisserie Spareribs Recipe

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Ingredients

Directions

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Ingredients

2 racks

side ribs (spareribs) 

2 tbsp. 

Bone Dust BBQ Seasoning

1 tbsp. 

ground ginger

2 tsp.

granulated garlic

2 tsp.

freshly ground pepper

¼ cup

packed brown sugar


Sauce

3 tbsp.

sesame oil

10 cloves 

garlic, peeled and grated

2 tbsp.

grated ginger, fresh

1 can (6 oz.)

tomato paste

½ cup

hoisin sauce

1/3 cup

soy sauce

1/3 cup 

dry garlic rib sauce

1/3 cup

brown sugar, packed

Directions
  1. Prepare the ribs by removing the silver-skin off the back. 
  2. Preheat the grill to 325°F using the bottom burners on low.
  3. In a bowl or shaker, combine the Bone Dust, ginger, garlic, pepper, and brown sugar. Season the ribs thoroughly. 
  4. Thread the ribs onto the spit rod, securing them in place with the rotisserie forks. Place the spit rod onto the grill and turn it on. Cook the ribs slowly for an hour and a half until they’ve reached an internal temperature of 165°F. Feel free to add a hint of smoke by using maple, or cherry wood chips and one of our smoker accessories like the smoker tube. 
  5. Use the side burner of your grill to make the sauce once the ribs have been cooking for at least 45 minutes. Heat the sesame oil in a saucepan and then add the garlic and ginger, frying them until fragrant – about a minute. Then add the tomato paste, hoisin sauce, soy sauce, and brown sugar. Bring the mixture to a simmer to allow the flavors to meld and the sauce to thicken a little more.
  6. When the sauce is ready, brush the ribs thoroughly, every 2 to 3 minutes until every surface is glazed and the sauce has begun to caramelize to the ribs.
  7. Carefully remove the ribs from the grill and slice between each bone. Serve topped with extra sauce, sesame seeds, and maybe even some hot peppers. Don’t forget the wet-wipes. 

This recipe is a definite contender for top rib recipe. These Asian Style Rotisserie Spareribs are fast, easy, and homemade. How do you make your favorite rib recipe? Share your recipes and photos with us on our social pages like Grills Facebook and Instagram using the hashtags #BBQribs and #NapoleonGrills.

Happy Grilling!

RecipeBlog - Asian Style Rotisserie Ribs - Season the ribs

Season the ribs on both sides

RecipeBlog - Asian Style Rotisserie Ribs - Thread onto rotisserie

Thread the ribs onto the rotisserie rod

RecipeBlog - Asian Style Rotisserie Ribs - Cook

Cook on the rotisserie 

RecipeBlog - Asian Style Rotisserie Ribs - Slather the ribs

Once the sauce has thickened, slather the ribs, allowing the heat to caramelize the sauce

RecipeBlog - Asian Style Rotisserie Ribs - Serve

Serve the ribs with remaining sauce

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Top with sesame seeds and hot peppers

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You may need some wet-wipes too

AndreaAlden
Andrea Alden

I used to be the Sultana of Sizzle, but you can call me Andrea. I have always been passionate about food. Even though I was majoring in Art and Graphic Design, I would frequently be found cooking for my friends and family.

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RecipeBlog - Asian Style Rotisserie Ribs - Season the ribs

Season the ribs on both sides

RecipeBlog - Asian Style Rotisserie Ribs - Thread onto rotisserie

Thread the ribs onto the rotisserie rod

RecipeBlog - Asian Style Rotisserie Ribs - Cook

Cook on the rotisserie 

RecipeBlog - Asian Style Rotisserie Ribs - Slather the ribs

Once the sauce has thickened, slather the ribs, allowing the heat to caramelize the sauce

RecipeBlog - Asian Style Rotisserie Ribs - Serve

Serve the ribs with remaining sauce

RecipeBlog - Asian Style Rotisserie Ribs - Serve2

Top with sesame seeds and hot peppers

RecipeBlog - Asian Style Rotisserie Ribs - Serve3

You may need some wet-wipes too

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