Comfort Food Recipe – Finger licking delicious stew pork ribs

Published August 11, 2010 by Mary Jane

Evening Bloggy friends, I haven’t wrote a post on comfort food recipe – so its now come to the time that I talk about this recipe. I made this last night, and with limited ingredients and utensils I had to think hard and decide how I’m going to cook this pork ribs. Anyways, here it is…

Finger licking delicious stew pork ribs

Ingredients

nice slab of pork ribs
2 x table spoon of soya sauce
1 x table spoon of black caramel sauce
minced garlic

Instructions

1. Chop the slab of pork ribs into individual rib cutlets, sometimes your butcher is able to do that for you. Marinate these following sauces, soya sauce and black caramel sauce and add in minced garlic and massage this into the pork ribs. Marinate this for few hours or preferably overnight so that the flavours goes into the meat.

2. drizzle some oil onto the pan and seared the pork ribs until lightly golden brown and then transfer into a small pot and add 1 cup of water to cover the rest of the pork ribs and bring it to boil and then gently simmer for about 45 minutes. Now if you do have a slow cooker or pressure cooker it will definitely reduce the time, I don’t have either with me so I had to simmer it longer until the sauce reduces and become gravy like and the meat starts to come of the bones.

3. Serve it with blanched broccoli and steamed rice and there you have it a finger licking delicious stew pork ribs – and it’s so simple anyone can cook it!

finger licking delicious stew pork ribs

finger licking delicious stew pork ribs

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