Vietnamese Pork Ribs

Vietnamese Pork Ribs

Savoury Delight: Vietnamese Pork Ribs

Vietnamese cuisine is filled with a dizzying array of flavours and textures, making it a wonderful discovery for those who are hungry for a fresh culinary experience. Among the many unique dishes that make up this distinctive cuisine, Vietnamese pork ribs are one of the most delectable.

With tender, juicy pork ribs that have been marinated in garlic, fish sauce, and other aromatic spices, the dish has its roots in the country’s deep tradition of barbecued foods. Perfect for special occasions or simply for enjoying a lazy Sunday afternoon, this recipe is sure to be a hit with your friends and family.


-2 lb Pork Ribs
-3 cloves of garlic, minced
-¼ cup Red Wine
-¼ cup Fish Sauce
-2 tablespoon crushed Ginger
-2 tablespoon Soy Sauce
-2 teaspoon brown sugar
-1 teaspoon black pepper
-1 teaspoon of dried parsley


1. Preheat oven to 375F.
2. Rinse pork ribs and pat dry.
3. Mix garlic, red wine, fish sauce, ginger, soy sauce, brown sugar, black pepper, and dried parsley in a large bowl to make the marinade.
4. Add pork ribs and coat in the marinade. Cover and refrigerate overnight or for at least 2 hours.
5. Place the pork ribs on a baking sheet and pour over the remaining marinade.
6. Bake for about 45 minutes or until the pork ribs are cooked through.
7. Enjoy your tasty Vietnamese pork ribs!

These succulent pork ribs not only have a wonderful depth of flavour from the marinade, but the cooking method of baking them in the oven results in ribs that are tender, juicy, and full of flavour.

This type of pork dish has been served in Vietnam for centuries, with each family and cook having their own unique marinade and cooking method. What you’ll find here is a recipe that draws on traditional Vietnamese flavors, with a modern twist to make sure you get a just-right result every time.

For a special treat, why not try out these Vietnamese pork ribs at your next barbecue. With their tender, sweet, and succulent flavours, they’re sure to be a hit with both you and your guests. And, while you’re at it, you can even go all out and try some other recipes from Vietnamese cuisine. From steamed buns and salt and pepper squid to Banh Mi and Rau Muống, you’re sure to find a dish for every taste.

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