Thai-inspired braised short ribs
These short ribs get sweetness from orange and carrot, earthiness from onion and lemongrass, heat from chile garlic paste and floral notes from grains of paradise.This recipe by Stacey Ballis appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Beer-Braised Short Ribs
This short rib recipe provides a nice balance of sweet and savory. The brown sugar and the Oktoberfest beer combine to make a really delicious and not too heavy or aggressive sauce that brings all the components of the dish together. Click here to see Heavenly Short Rib Recipes.
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Short Ribs
Here is a delicious and classic braised short rib recipe, adapted from the 1948 spring issue of Good Housekeeping Magazine.
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Asian-Style Braised Short Ribs
In creating the sauce for these short ribs, I aimed for a balance of sweet, salty, spicy, and tanginess that's so crucial in many Southeast Asian dishes. The brown sugar, soy sauce, Thai chiles, and vinegar all come together to create a harmony of flavors that's wonderful and delicious. See all braising recipes. Click here to see Heavenly Short Rib Recipes.
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This recipe was developed for a pressure cooker, but I've written it here in its conventional form, seeing as a pressure cooker is not a cooking appliance that many people have on hand. If you are one of the lucky ones to own a pressure cooker, follow the recipe exactly as you would but refer to your pressure cooker's manual for cooking time and temperature. 
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Port-Braised Short Ribs
Short ribs braised in red wine or beer are great, but how about port for a change? Port is starting to make a comeback in bars and restaurants in America, so cooking with port just seems like a logical next step. See all braising recipes. Click here to see Heavenly Short Rib Recipes.
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Chocolate Braised Short Ribs
There isn't a whole lot of cocoa powder that goes onto these short ribs, but this is one case where a little goes a long way. The chocolate flavor infuses the cooking liquid and the meat soaks it all up overnight, resulting in a complexity of flavor that just wouldn't be there without the combination of chocolate and port. Click here to see Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate!
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