• Miwa


This Japanese pork ribs are another easy oven recipe!

Pork ribs are super tender sweet, savory and flavorful.

I had my homemade strawberry jam lying in my fridge, so I used it for the pork rib marinade.

Jam for marinade sounds a little peculiar combination but it turned out soooooo delicious!!

If you have a oven or grille, this Japanese pork ribs are must- try recipe!

Make sure to make a plenty of them, because I’m sure every family member or guests will love this finger-licking Japanese pork ribs!

My kid’s approval recipe for busy mom & dad!



<Yield> 2 servings

<Prep time> 2 mins ( Not including marinating time)

<Cook time> 30 mins ( cook in oven)


6 pieces of pork rib ( 300g / 10oz)


3 tbsp of strawberry jam

1 ½ tbsp of rice wine without MSG and salt

1 ½ tbsp of soy sauce

2 tsp of Toasted sesame oil

½ of salt

2 cloves of grated garlic

1 tbsp worth of grated ginger

<Optional toppings>

any fresh herbs

toasted sesame seed

Japanese seven spices


1: In a zip bag, put all the seasonings listed above on Marinade, then add pork ribs. Massage them to combine everything together. Vacuum the air from the zip bag and close it completely. Let them sit for Minimum 2 hours or possibly overnight.

2: Preheat the oven 200° Celsius = 392° Fahrenheit. Line the pork ribs on the wire rack. Pop them into the oven and cook it for 200° Celsius = 392° Fahrenheit for 20mins.

Take out from the oven and smother the marinade over the pork ribs to add more flavor. Back into the oven and roast it for another 10 mins or until the chicken becomes nice and charred.

3; Take out from the oven and serve it on your plate. Sprinkle some toasted sesame seed if you want to!

<Miwa’s tips>

・On process 1, make sure the ribs to be nicely coated with marinade. Make a vacuum inside of the zip bag. This will help the marinade to be soaked up equally into the each pork ribs. ( you guys understand this description?? Not sure how I can explain this in English....I hope you do!)

・ The jam doesn't have to be strawberry. I tried with a marmalade jam and it worked pretty well! Please try whatever jam you have on hand! Pretty much all kind should work out with this pork rib recipe!

Let me know which jam you used by comment here or on my Instagram !

・You want to burn the pork ribs a little bit. It will give the nice smoky aroma!

・Each oven works differently, so feel free to adjust roasting time! You want to have a nice burn bits on your pork ribs.

・Please double or triple the portion to make bigger batch!

<Recommended side dish>



<Storage time>

Store it in a air-tight container in the fridge for 3days.

Freeze it for 3 weeks before you roast it.

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