The marinade and glaze have a similar profile incorporating oranges, balsamic, garlic, and a hint of spice, giving the pork ribs a consistent depth of flavor. Adding a touch of crushed red pepper brings the orange and balsamic alive-the amount in the recipe provides a subtle spice as to not overpower, though you can kick it up as much as you like.
The seductively dark glaze is reduced to concentrate flavor, yielding plenty of sauce to glaze the ribs and then pass at the table if you're so inclined. Every tender bite is infused with flavor and if you don't mind ultra casual dining among friends, you'll be licking your fingers too. If you should happen to have any sauce left over, it would be ideal for glazing roasted chicken or wings as well.
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