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Airfry BBQ Back Ribs

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What to cook for diner? The most asked question when evening is approaching. Honestly, I run out of ideas on what to cook for dinner and most of the time I ended up eating instant or go to dinner food which you might ended up regretfully. But if you can spare 30 minutes and you have an untouched back ribs in your fridge. Thaw it and let’s make an Airfry BBQ Back Ribs.

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BBQ Back Ribs shouldn’t be complicated to make and guarantee you that all the ingredients are just around your kitchen nook. You only need the basic seasoning and BBQ sauce mix then should good to go.

Soft, tender, and flavorful – these are just some of the qualities of excellently cooked back ribs. Coupled with different selections of sauces of your choice from sweet to spicy, or both, and many more, this will surely be a hit for yourself and your loved ones.┬áIn this post, I will be sharing the most tender and delicious back ribs with only a few ingredients and easy to follow steps using only the most trusted cooking machine – the air fryer.



Airfry BBQ Back Ribs

Back ribs are always meant to be charcoal grilled but don't underestimate your Air fryer. This Airfry BBQ Back Ribs recipe will make you think that twice. It's easy to make too, Enjoy!
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 20 mins


  • Airfryer


  • 300 grams Back ribs


  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp ground pepper
  • 1 tsp cayenne pepper or chilli powder (optional)

BBQ Sauce

  • 2 tbsp Ketchup
  • 2 tbsp Tonkatsu Sauce or BBQ Sauce
  • 1 tbsp Olive oil (or any vegetable oil)
  • 1 tbsp Brown Sugar


  • Rest the pork back ribs on a room temperature
  • Rub with salt, garlic powder, ground pepper and cayenne pepper
  • Brush with oil before putting on the airfryer. Preheat airfryer 180 C for 5 mins then Airfry 180 C for 20mins. Flip them every 5 minutes
  • Prepare the BBQ sauce
  • Combine all the BBQ sauce ingredients in a bowl.
  • Remove the back ribs after 10 mins and brush with BBQ mixture. Then return to airfryer to finish cooking
  • Brush again the back ribs then serve.



You can adjust the cooking time to suit your preferences.
If you can't find Tonkatsu sauce, a regular BBQ sauce would be a good substitute.

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