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red curry ribs

Probably the best Red Curry Coconut Ribs you’ll ever have – guaranteed.

I know I sound pretty confident when I say that, but it’s true, I’ve honestly discovered the best rib recipe on the face of this planet. It’s the perfect recipe for a cold winter day (shout out to ma’ freezing peeps here in TO!) and a wonderful lick your fingers with silly glee-type recipe. But here’s the thing, I’m all about saving time, so forget laboring in the kitchen. So for recipe number three for the Thai Kitchen challenge, I decided that I would feature my Red Curry Coconut Ribs that are a synch to make and will please just about anyone.

Although vegans…cover your eyes and know I have a recipe coming up that’s going to blow your panties off.

You see, I’m super excited about the Thai Kitchen challenge because I’m one of the lucky seven that has been selected and next week, you’ll get the chance to vote (details on that to come). And here’s the sweet thing:

You’ll have the chance to win up to $5,000 buck-a-roos in prizes.

Alright, so onto the rib recipe. Seriously, if you have a crockpot, this is the recipe for you. If you don’t, invest in one because it’ll make your life a breeze and by the time you get home, you’ll have these incredible ribs waiting for.

rib recipe

Red Curry Coconut Pork Ribs

2 racks of pork ribs (or beef if you don’t eat pork)

1 can Thai Kitchen Organic Coconut Milk

4 tbsp Thai Kitchen Red Curry paste (2 tbsp for each rib)

3 tbsp minced garlic

2 tbsp minced fresh ginger

Juice from 1 lime

½ cup mixed fresh herbs: basil and coriander

This dish is perfect for a cold winter day and will seriously give your taste buds an orgasm – seriously, it’s THAT good! Plus it’s super easy. Here’s how:

Rub the red curry paste over both pork wracks. Top with minced garlic and ginger

Next place ribs in a crockpot and pour coconut milk over top, squeeze lime juice and top with fresh herbs.

Turn crockpot onto high for 1 hour and turn heat down to low and let simmer for 8 hours occasionally basting them with the coconut sauce.

Once done, the ribs will come out so tender, it’ll be falling off the bone. Definitely a major crowd pleaser if there’s anything left after you’re done with them!

If you enjoyed this recipe, please make sure to vote for me (voting opens next week!) and follow along at #TKLucky7. You can learn more about my personality on my #TKLucky7 Pinterest Board, join me in conversation @sexyfoodtherapy or on at the my Facebook fan page. To learn more about the Thai Kitchen Recipe Contest, head over to the Thai Kitchen website.

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Thai Kitchen Canada. All recipe creation and opinions are my own.

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