These insanely easy-to-make grilled ribs put all other ribs to shame and will elevate your dining experience with its juicy flavors and creamy mashed potato goodness. You will surely enjoy the perfectly tender meat accentuated with a delicious punch of pomegranate molasses syrup.
What Are Ribs with Mashed Potato?
Grilled ribs served with mashed potatoes on the side is a staple at any family barbecue. There’s nothing better than seeing friends and relatives enjoying plates piled high with baby back ribs and barbecue sauce on their mouths and fingers.
Barbecue and ribs just go together. Easily one of the most popular dishes, some tasty ribs will lure even the pickiest eater out of their shell.
How Long Can You Keep Ribs with Mashed Potato?
Beef ribs don’t keep well if left at room temperature, as bacteria can quickly grow and spoil the food. Your ribs shouldn’t sit out for longer than 2 hours, and it’s generally recommended to consume it as quickly as you can.
Otherwise, make sure you store them covered and, in your oven, until you need them. If you want to save them for another day, you can keep them in an airtight container in your fridge for up to 5 days.
How to Make Ribs with Mashed Potato?
To make this crowd-favorite, simply marinate your ribs for a few hours and place them on a hot grill to cook when you’re ready. While that’s cooking, prepare your potatoes by peeling then boiling them. After that, mash them, add your seasonings, and serve alongside your grilled ribs.
How to Use Ribs with Mashed Potato
Ribs with mashed potatoes make a great meal on its own and are handy when you need to feed a lot of mouths or have guests with hearty appetites. These babies are perfect to serve at birthdays, parties, a boys or girls night in, and other gatherings.
Whatever sides you go with, one thing for sure is that the dish will be a hit if you serve it with a good barbecue sauce.
Tips for Making Ribs with Mashed Potato
- Once the ribs are cooked, let them rest for at least 10 minutes before serving. This way, the juices can redistribute and spread flavor.
- To get the best texture, add butter to the mashed potatoes before putting in the cream. Mix the potatoes thoroughly and taste test after adding each ingredient to achieve the best balance.