Thin spareribs come from the rear area of the chest and give the best result on the grill or in the oven.
Keep in mind
The amount of meat is low, about half of the total weight.
How to cook thin spareribs
The cooking time for thin spareribs is short and the meat is not very tender. It can be pre-boiled in a tasty stock to produce wonderful, soft meat that falls apart in your mouth.
Spareribs are often sweetened and seasoned with honey, but become even better with sweet and sour seasoning. Honey, lemon and orange juice, for example.
Prepared in a smoky, covered grill with a BBQ-sauce made of onion, garlic, ketchup, chipotle paste, sugar, vinegar, roasted cumin and whisky.