The Mamás Latinas Ultimate Latin BBQ Grilling Guide (RECIPES)

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Asado de Tira, a.k.a. Argentine Ribs

Ingredients: 4 pounds cow ribs, 4 seaspoons salt

Directions:
1. Ask your butcher to cut your Ribs in stripes of 5 cm. 

2. Heat up the parrilla

3. Add the salt to the ribs an put them in the parrilla with the bone side on the iron.

4. Let them cook for 1 hour 15 minutes with medium intensity. The ribs will protect the meat and the grease will melt tendering and cooking it.

5. Turn 90 degrees and cook on one side for 15 minutes. Do the same for the other side. And its ready!

recipe courtesy of Food 52

 

Ingredients: 4 pounds cow ribs, 4 seaspoons salt

Directions:
1. Ask your butcher to cut your Ribs in stripes of 5 cm. 

2. Heat up the parrilla

3. Add the salt to the ribs an put them in the parrilla with the bone side on the iron.

4. Let them cook for 1 hour 15 minutes with medium intensity. The ribs will protect the meat and the grease will melt tendering and cooking it.

5. Turn 90 degrees and cook on one side for 15 minutes. Do the same for the other side. And its ready!

recipe courtesy of Food 52

 

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Irina Gonzalez is a Staff Writer for MamásLatinas. She loves pop culture, social media, photography and, above all, discovering new places. She's also a foodie eating healthy and learning to enjoy exercise.

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Rico el elote ,nosotros los cubanos les llamamos Maiz

marip...

Ooooh, grilling avocado=GREAT idea!!!

acrog...

OMG! That sounds amazing! YUMMY!

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OK now i'm hungry!

 

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