Pressure cooker ribs with hoisin honey glaze
A summer time hit is tucking into some sticky ribs. With a pressure cooker and the oven you can get those ribs all year round!
Living in London, we don’t have the luxury of having a BBQ at home. With the sun shining it is tempting to have some ribs and enjoy that backyard BBQ feeling. Pressure cooking allows you to make some incredibly tender ribs in 30 minutes. I like to have a nice sticky glaze on my ribs, so I stick it in the oven to broil. Some char makes for some wonderful ribs.
- 1 tbsp liquid smoke
- 1 cup water
- 1 kg pork ribs
Ingredients for the glaze
- 1/3 cup hoisin sauce
- 2 tbsp soy sauce
- 3 tbsp honey
- Place liquid smoke and water into the pressure cooker
- Place a steaming rack for the the pork ribs to rest on. You don’t want the pork to be in the liquid.
- Remove the membrane from the back of the pork ribs. This will make it easier to eat once it is nice and tender
- Stack the pork ribs standing or curl them (if it is a long rack)
- Cook in the pressure cooker for 30mins and use the natural release method to release the steam when done.
- To make the glaze mix together the hoisin, soy sauce and honey in a bowl.
- When the pork ribs are done in the pressure cooker, place the ribs onto a baking tray and apply the glaze onto the ribs
- Broil in the oven so that the glaze gets nice and sticky for 10-15 mins