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Sunday, August 19, 2012

Char Siu Pork Ribs

Found another simple way of making Char Siu pork ribs, recipe given by my good friend Josephine.  Made them for dinner last night.  Very nice indeed.


1 kg pork ribs - cut into 2 in. length  (Ask the butcher for the soft bone ribs which is more tender)

2 heapful tabsp of  'char siu' sauce (I use Lee Kum Kee char siu sauce)  ]
2 tabsp of soya sauce                                                                            ]     Mix together  -  (A)        
2 level tabsp sugar                                                                                 ]

400 ml water (approx.)

5 pips garlic - slightly crushed & peel off skin
2 tabsp oil


1)       Wash the pork ribs and drain away excess water.
2)       Marinate the porks ribs with (A) for a few hours, preferably overnight.
3)       Heat up the oil in the wok/pan.  Put in the garlic.   Lay the pieces of pork ribs onto the wok.
          Turn the ribs to brown the other side.
4)       Mix the water with the remaining marinate.
          Pour liquid into the wok and cook covered on low fire for about 1/2 hour, turning the meat
          after 15 mins.
          The pork ribs are done when the liquid is almost dried up.     
5)      Enjoy! Finger licking good! 

 Same recipe but I used pork belly.  Cook the whole piece of pork belly.  When done cut it up and pour the sauce over it.


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