The Foolproof Cooking Method Gordon Ramsay Uses For Fork-Tender Pork Ribs

A cooking tip from Gordon Ramsay is a bit like a note on a painting from Michelangelo's ghost. Not only is it usually helpful and insightful, but it can change your entire approach! (Although a tip from Ramsay is a bit less haunting.) The "Hell's Kitchen" star constantly informs budding chefs through his old shows like "Gordon's Ultimate Cookery Course" and his new lessons on Masterclass, but the tip we just found for making quality boneless pork ribs may just be a total game-changer for any chef.

In an interview with Wired, Ramsay was answering culinary questions from Twitter, one of which was from @RedWingFan about how to cook perfect boneless pork ribs. His response? "Cook literally in a pressure cooker for 20 minutes, take them out, glaze them, and then broil them for about 25 minutes. It will be so tender." This is wholly different from his 2013 recipe for Sticky Pork Ribs, which involves braising ribs in a pan with soy sauce, garlic, ginger, and other aromatics. However, Ramsay's clever method for these pork ribs sounds like it'll save a lot of time and effort in the kitchen and produce exceptional results no matter what flavor profile you're going for.

Gordon Ramsay knows best

The helion of "Hell's Kitchen," Gordon Ramsay is a world-renowned chef with 17 Michelin Stars, a business owner, and an international television personality. He's graced television screens in the US and UK with his no-holds-barred approach to cooking and restaurants, and he's probably one of the few people that we actually WANT to scream at us. Despite his fame, he's still a chef at heart.

Ramsay has decades of culinary experience under his belt, so at this point he doesn't really have anything to prove, but his reputation for launching fiery insults in the kitchen precedes him. That intensity might end up being a bit extra dramatic for the cameras, but underneath all those theatrics, the man does know his stuff. After graduating from North Oxon Technical College, he learned French cuisine from acclaimed chefs Marco Pierre White and Albert Roux. We've seen Ramsay provide helpful tips for making all kinds of scrumptious dishes on his cooking programs, but his uncomplicated method for making flawless pork ribs at home seems simple, effective, and worth trying out.