Chinese Spareribs 1 tablespoon Chinese five-spice powder 1 full rack St. Louis-style spareribs, cut into individual ribs (about 3 pounds total) cup hoisin sauce cup shaoxing wine or dry sherry 2 tablespoons soy sauce cup honey
These slow-cooker char siu spareribs are more tender and more delicious than the ones you get as takeout. The key: a super flavorful braising broth made with that becomes a sticky, spicy, finger-licking good glaze.
These Chinese spare ribs are cooked in the slow cooker but tasting them, you'd hardly know they are so easy. Tender meat, packed with flavor. So good, you'll be wishing you made more. Great as an appetizer or even as a main (Slow Cooker Recipes Ribs)