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Smoked beef ribs with garlic aioli mash

The best smokey beef ribs

4

Serves

15 mins

Prep Time

5 hrs

Cook Time

A ‘simple’ meat and vegetable dish doesn’t need to be a boring affair. Take a perfectly tender and smokey beef rib, nestle it on a rich, creamy garlic aioli mash, and add your favourite seasonal greens. Simple in looks, spectacular in flavour!

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Ingredients

Beef ribs

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750g Quality Mark beef short ribs

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A pinch of salt

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A pinch of black pepper

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2 Tbsp American mustard

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3 garlic cloves

roughly chopped

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1/2 cup BBQ sauce

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750ml red wine

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1 litre beef stock

Garlic aioli mash

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1kg Agria potatoes

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6 Tbsp Bestfoods garlic aioli

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2 Tbsp butter

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3 Tbsp milk

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1/3 tsp salt

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1/3 tsp black pepper

Method

To Make Beef Ribs

To Make Mash

Smoked BBQ Option

To Serve

1

Preheat a large high sided dish such as a la Creuset over high heat with oil.

2

Season trimmed beef ribs with a good amount of salt and pepper.

3

Sear beef ribs in a dish for around 2-3 minutes each side to sufficiently brown around all sides of the meat.

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4

Cook down garlic for a few minutes before adding red wine and cooking for another 5 minutes.

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5

Add BBQ sauce and 1 litre of beef stock - adjusting the beef stock requirement to leave the ribs exposed depending on your dish size.

6

Cover dish with lid or foil and transfer to an oven set to 160°C (320°F) for 5 hours or until beef is tender and falling away from the bone.

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Nutrition Information per Serving (488g)

This dish is packed with iron, zinc and vitamin B12 contributing to immunity and energy levels.

Energy

2309kJ (552 kcal)

Protein

46g

Total Fat

25g

Saturated Fat

9g

Carbs

33g

Dietary Fibre

4.5g

Sodium

887mg

Iron

6.1mg

Zinc

8.4mg

Vitamin B12

1.9µg