Step 6: Serve 'Em Up & Enjoy!

Move ribs from the grill to a bowl, platter or plates, sprinkle the scallion greens, serve and enjoy!
Looks great....going to try tomorrow for company.
That looks really tasty !
Here in Portugal, we buy our meat in transparent plastic sacks. Very untasteful to look at but handy when you want to marinade. Just poor your marinade in the sack knot it and massage your meat with the marinade. Afterwards you just throw the sack away -which you would do anyway instead now you gave it a second small purpose. I just love marinades, gives it just the extra touch and makes your meat much softer. Michel Portugal
Great marinade. It's actually screaming for toasted sesame seeds. I'm making this later.
mmm delicious i change the recipe a little bit, i use meat not ribs and i use sesame oil by the oyster sauce but it was delicious
MMm these look so good! i've got mine marinading in the fridge as i type :P out of curiosity, how tough are these after marinading? short ribs tend to be on the touch side..
The ribs I bought weren't tough, probably because they were well marbled with fat. If you overcook them though, I'm sure the meat will toughen. You might want to try cooking them for 2 minutes per side, and then cutting into one to see if it's cooked to your liking. If not, just toss it back on for a little longer. Good luck; I hope you enjoy them!
OMG these look AMAZING! I'm going to have to make these sometime.
Those look fantastic! Great pictures, too. I can't wait to try it out.

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