The unique flavour of coffee brings out a bittersweet after-taste in food, so here we have a chef from the Royal Park Hotel explaining how to infuse fresh short ribs with a hint of coffee for a layered taste in The Loving Home Kitchen. Christmas is around the corner, so maybe you can surprise your family with a delicious meal of hotel cuisine.
Ingredients (serves two)
|Garlic (chopped)||six cloves|
|Jalapeno peppers||four small|
|Apple cider vinegar||10g|
|Japanese-style soy sauce||5g|
|Strong brewed coffee||750ml|
|Fresh rosemary (chopped)||10g|
Thaw short ribs (if necessary) and dry with kitchen towel.
Combine marinade ingredients and soak short ribs for at least half an hour.
Preheat oven to 160 °C.
Season ribs with salt and pepper to taste then roast for 15 minutes or until the surface browns.
Fry onions, shallots, garlic and bacon in olive oil over medium heat for around three minutes.
Add tomato paste, mustard and soy sauce then heat at medium for four minutes.
Add jalapenos and coffee then heat until the coffee begins to boil. Add chicken broth and heat for another minute.
Add vinegar and heat for 15 seconds.
Pour sauce over ribs and roast for two hours until soft. It’s now ready to serve.
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