Sweet teriyaki saki ribs are here to show off the sweet, spicy, and soy flavors from my new sake-infused blend and just how versatile it can be.
St. Louis Style Pork Ribs
Sweet Teriyaki Sake Rub
Rice Wine Vinegar
Garlic Chili Paste
Black Garlic Sauce
Add the ribs to the smoker preheated to 225F on the indirect heat side.
After 3 hours, wrap the ribs in foil with the butter, brown sugar, and mirin. This step is called the crutch.
While the sweet teriyaki saki ribs finish smoking, make the bbq sauce with the ketchup, saki, rice wine vinegar, garlic chile paste, honey, mirin, and black garlic sauce.
Derek has been grilling outdoors for years, host of OvertheFireCooking, his viral instagram and social accounts, is a published cookbook author, and has launched 4 spicelines inspired by his culinary style.