In the heart of the urban jungle, where the skyscrapers reach for the clouds and the streets pulse with unending energy, a keto cuisine aficionado set out to craft a dish that would encapsulate the bold spirit of the city: Completely Keto Gotham Glazed Pork Ribs.
It was in a loft with views of the glittering skyline that the magic happened. The ribs, sourced from a local butcher known for his commitment to quality, were a nod to the city’s robust character. Each rack was brushed with extra virgin olive oil, then seasoned with a generous sprinkle of Pink Himalayan Salt and black pepper, the foundation of flavors as solid as the city’s bedrock.
But the real essence of the dish came alive with the glaze. The Completely Keto Secret BBQ Sauce, a blend known only to a select few, mingled with the Swerve Brown Sweetener, creating a sweetness as complex as the city’s own narrative. Red wine vinegar added a tangy note, a reminder of the city’s zest for life, while the dijon mustard brought a boldness as striking as the city’s skyline. A hint of vanilla extract was the final, unexpected twist, much like the surprises tucked in the city’s countless hidden alleys and rooftop gardens.
As the pork ribs slowly cooked, their aroma wafted through the loft, a beckoning call to friends and neighbors. The Completely Keto Gotham Glazed Pork Ribs weren’t just a dish; they were a celebration of the city’s unbreakable spirit, a testament to the fusion of tradition and innovation, and a tribute to the unforgettable nights filled with bright lights, laughter, and the unmatched joy of shared feasts in the city that never sleeps.
Completely Keto Gotham Glazed Pork Ribs
- 5 lb bone-in pork ribs
- 1 Tbsp Extra virgin olive oil
- Pink Himalayan Salt
- black pepper
Put ribs into a large pot and cover with water. Bring to a boil over high flame. Let it boil for about 2 hours. Skim the fat off the top of the water while the cooking is happening. Drain and remove ribs.
Heat up a grill pan or grill fully. Put the ribs on and drizzle the oil around them. Sear them for 60 seconds per side. Season with pepper and salt.
Mix all the glaze ingredients in a bowl and brush over the ribs or pour over to coat fully.