What can I say about beef short rib?! Actually, a lot! Argentinians are crazy about it. Its smell fills the streets with its smokey BBQ flavour, and it is enjoyed by workers on the side of the road, friends at the park, and family gatherings. Many BBQ restaurants in the city serve this traditional dish, slowly cooking the ribs on the street. To me this dish encompasses the culinary spirit of Argentina. Asado, Asado, Asado!
This recipe is the version we serve at The Independent in Gembook. We slow cook the beef ribs for six hours with some oregano and chilli, until the meat is under. Then we serve the meat with a classic provenzal dressing. The combination of the two is delightful.