Ok, it’s time for some comfort food recipe. This particular dish is pretty simple to make and it requires minimal preparation time except the marinating time. Its best to marinate your pork ribs for overnight or at least a few hours so that way when you bake it the flavour is soaked right into the meat. The marinate sauce is my own version – it has a chinese twist to it different to the pork ribs sold at Tony Roma’s or Hogs breath
So here it is…
Oven Baked Pork Ribs with Steam Vegies
3 x slabs of pork ribs
1 table spoon of hoi sin sauce
1 table spoon of char siew sauce
1 teaspoon of soya sauce
1 teaspoon of oyster sauce
1 bunch of broccoli
1. First you need to marinate the pork ribs, make sure you get lean ones from the butcher. Some might have lots of fats which is what you want to avoid. Mix all the sauces together and using your fingers rub the sauces into the pork ribs on both sides – it’s kinda like massaging the the ribs. Leave in the frige overnight with some glad wrap on top.
2. Next, pop the marinated pork ribs into the oven on 180 degrees about 15 minutes and turn over and continue baking for another 15 minutes. Now depending on the size of your pork ribs check it by poking it with a fork to make sure it’s cooked and that it’s crispy on the outside.
3. Time to steam your vegies. The best way to cook your vegies is to steam it rather than boil it as that way you keep all the nice nutrients inside the vegies. I use Tefal Aqua Steamer which I will do a review on. It’s brilliant!! So steam the broccoli, corn cobs and eggs.
4. To plate up make sure when you plate the pork ribs onto the plate there will be lots of juice, pour some juice on top of it so that the pork rib remains tender and juicy. Serve it with steamed broccoli, corn cob and some sliced eggs.
There you have it a healthy pork ribs dish that’s finger licking good 🙂