Of course, one of them must’ve been rice! Healthy dish. ChinaSichuanFood.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. https://www.yummly.com/recipes/braised-country-style-pork-ribs To answer your question, you should mash it and add it to the broth. The only tiny difference is the typical red-cooked dish brown the meat in a wok with sugar, which gives the pork a more vibrant color. Required fields are marked *. Happy cooking and let me know how the dish turns out . Thank you so much for sharing! I just cooked this last week and it was so delicious — takes me back to my childhood. Wash pork ribs til water runs clear, blanch in boiling water to remove grime, drain and set aside. I was dismayed not to have fresh ginger in the house so I used a bit of dried, ground ginger and a splash of rice wine vinegar to give it a little kick. This is currently one of my favorite recipes that I have redone with a Korean approach. The browning process is messy, creating a lot of smoke and oil splatter. I made this last night and it was sooooo tasty! Hi Tom, the nutmeg remains whole in this recipe. It doesn’t matter how much water you use for the first time. Sign up to receive our 5-Day Chinese Cooking Crash Course and recipe updates. Welcome to my site about modern Chinese cooking, Asian inspired dishes, and classic recipes cooked in my small New York Kitchen. Start browsing recipes right away or you could learn more about me here. Thanks for the awesome recipe! He is Chinese Malaysian, and when HE compliments a dish, I know it is not only legit, but truly good. If you’d like to try it out, I recommend once you blanched the ribs, only reserve about 1 cup blanching liquid and use it with the rest ingredient to braise the pork in Instant Pot. Store the pork ribs in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 1 week, or in the freezer for up to 1 month. Pour back into the pot. Email. Will the dish be good without it? All images & content are copyright protected. My husband and I are both chefs, and have been in the biz for 30 years. Add around 1/2 cup of water for cooking the noodles and a small pinch of salt and pepper in each serving bowl. It should become a part of the sauce at the end of the cooking. So my mom never browns the meat, but blanches it instead. I strongly recommend soaking the ribs in cold water overnight and discarding it or else discarding the blanch water after 5 minutes and adding fresh. https://www.yummly.com/recipes/baked-pork-ribs-with-potatoes I use half the soy sauce and substitute garlic for ginger. Gallery. By tom. As it happened, I needed to do some shopping this week so I picked up the fermented bean curd and some delicious, fatty pork ribs. I think it’s just so warming, comforting and friggin’ delicious! Hi Alika, I’m so glad to hear you can find the fermented tofu and would like to try it out! Add the red fermented bean curd into a small bowl and add a few spoonfuls of hot broth from the pot. Not only does it shorten the cooking time, but it also makes the pork less likely to stick to the pan. Don't subscribe Hi, I believe you’re missing the footnotes for this recipie! This way, I can make a one-pan dinner with little effort. Everything was made from scratch. My husband is super averse to any strong flavors (he’s even weird about things like oregano and celery), but he really liked it! You can serve it with noodle soup and congee, to add saltiness to these dishes (like pinch a small piece of the tofu and eat with the noodles). I’d love to see what you come up with. It’s a family recipe and I’ve been eating it growing up. I didn’t realize how lucky I was until I moved to the US, where I have to cook everything in my own kitchen if I want a family-style meal. Not in this recipe. I chose to pump up the aromatics, sugar and sodium,, but good lawd, this recipe is dang near perfect! . But there is one last question I have. Bring to a boil over medium high heat, then turn to medium... Add the ginger, green onion, nutmeg, star anise, cloves, and … Could a pressure cooker be used to simmer the ribs? If you prefer to freeze the pork in advance for meal prep, do feel free to leave out the veggies. Hi Katherine, you definitely need to reduce the liquid if you cook this dish in an Instant Pot.