Hundroog have no time to cook! Hundroog only have time to smash! But smashing all day make Hundroog tired and hungry.
After recently celebrating my roommate’s birthday with a keg, we have found ourselves constantly finding ways to work beer into our recipes which means a whole lot of braising. This recipe was made with someone who wants to set dinner and come back later to a finished meal.
Barbarian Beer Braised Ribs
Makes as many ribs as you can stuff in a pot
2 bottles of pale ale
1 can of beef stock
5 ribs beef ribs
A large pot with lid
Coarsely chop the onion and toss it into the pot over a medium-high heat. Allow the onions to caramelize. Once they’ve softened, toss the ribs into the pot and sear them – just a minute on each side.
Once seared, add in the beer and stock and bring to a boil. For beer, I strongly recommend a pale ale like Magic Hat’s #9. Once the liquid has come to a boil, reduce to a simmer and cover with a lid. Let the ribs simmer for 3 to 4 hours, occasionally turning them.
Once the meat starts falling off the bone after a few hours, remove them from the liquid and slather them with your favorite barbecue sauce.
An alternative way to make these would be in a crock pot for several hours as well when you’re out raiding.