Pork Ribs Stew. Country Style Pork Rib Stew If what you need is a heart, meaty stew to fill your belly, this is your recipe. This stew is made with an affordable cut of ribs and lots of veggies like celery and carrots. The more sophisticated flavors come from tomato paste, red wine, and Dijon mustard.
China is known for its red-stews and braised dishes. And on a cold winter day, nothing hits the spot quite like a big bowl of. Add pork ribs to a large pot and add cold water to cover. You can have Pork Ribs Stew using 10 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Pork Ribs Stew
- Prepare Half of kg pork ribs.
- It’s Half of Yam or Taro.
- Prepare 1 of star anise.
- Prepare 5 slices of ginger.
- You need 5 pcs of pound garlic.
- You need 3 of Shallots, cut halves.
- Prepare 1 tsp of dark soy sauce.
- You need Half of tsp light soy sauce.
- It’s 1 tsp of cooking wine.
- It’s Half of tsp oyster sauce.
Bring to a boil over medium high heat, then turn to medium heat. Once done, remove the ribs to a plate and set aside. Add the remaining tablespoon of avocado oil to the hot pan. Foo Jook, or dried tofu skin, stewed with pork ribs and sweet Chee Hou sauce is a delicious comfort food combination, and a great Chinese New Year dish to boot!.
Pork Ribs Stew step by step
- Peel the skin of taro cut into cubes then wash and drain. Then heat wok and fry yam until golden brown then remove.
- In same wok stir fry garlic, shallots, ginger and star anise. Then add in ribs. Stir fry until ribs turn golden brown..
- Pour cooking wine, light soy sauce. Dark soy sauce, oyster sauce then add a little water. Cover and simmer until ribs half done. Then add in yam and simmer again until done.
I make this Foo Jook Pork Rib Stew whenever I have a craving for fook jook, also known as tofu skin or Japanese yuba. Some ingredients are just so good together. Radish and pork is one of them! Weather's pretty chilly lately, what could be more comforting than a bubbling pot of stew? Tightly seal bag; turn bag several times to coat pork well.