Greek Ribs Meal

This week I thought I would try a harder type of recipe and try Greek Ribs. I got it off of a really good recipe off of a  Greek website. The website took me longer than I expected simply because I have never made a meal of this length or callabor. The prep work and cookning time of the meal was around eight hours. Needless to say, it was almost a full days work in the kitchen! I learned alot about making this meal and one of the main things I learned was how to cut the meat! It is definately a lot harder than I imagined. This meal will be something that is beneficial down the road as I start cooking more and more meals!

Ingriedients include:

  • 3/4th cups of oil
  • 2 Tbsp oregano
  • 5 cloves of garlic
  • 1/4th cup of lemon juice
  • 2-3lbs pork ribs
  • Salt and pepper

Here is a photo of all my ingredients!

Next I will go through the steps of the meal:

1. First I had to cut each rib and seperate them. I also had to combine all of the other ingredients and pour them over the ribs after mixing them together. I had to make sure each of them were cut individually. One of the hardest challenges was making sure I didnt cut my fingers with the sharp knife!!

2. Next I put all the individual cut ribs into a pan all together.

3. Next I waited about 6 hours and had to let the ribs marinade all day on level low. I put the ribs in a big pot and put it on the stove. I also put salt and pepper on the ribs before turning the stove on. Before this however, I had to preheat the oven to 350 degrees

4. After the ribs soaked for six hours I transferred them into a bowl. I put the sauce that I mixed before together on the ribs and shaked the bowl with the lid on.  I baked the ribs for about two and a half hours.

5. I made sure that I made some roasted potatoes and a ceaser salad to top the recipe off!

I was very excited to finally be able to make this meal! It was something I was very happy to be able to make. I thought that the amount of time the meal took was one of the hardest parts.


3 thoughts on “Greek Ribs Meal

  1. Thank you for sharing this. The pictures really help demonstrate the process and I have to say, the finished product looks so tasty. In fact, I can almost taste it from just looking at the pictures! Keep it up, and keep up all the yummy pictures!


  2. Oh my gosh, It looks delicious. All these food blogs are making me hungry! I will have to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing! It will definitely have to be on a weekend though due to the amount of time it takes to prepare and cook! Keep up the good work!


  3. Wow! This looks so great. That would definitely be a challenge. Good for you for tackling such a big project. I always find meat the most difficult part of cooking. I love anything Greek so I’m going to be saving this recipe! Keep going you are doing awesome! I’m so impressed!


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