Pork ribs are inexpensive and easy to prepare, yet so full of flavor. Are you looking for barbecue pork ribs, sweet and sour ribs, fried pork ribs or pork rib soup? Find your new favorite pork ribs recipe here.
Spareribs glazed with the sweet, tangy taste of the Philippines. One of the honey coating ingredients, star anise, is native to China. It is a star shaped, dark brown pod that contain a pea-size seed in each of its eight segments. Star anise is available at all Asian markets as well as many general stores.
This is a tasty dish usually eaten with rice.
The pork ribs are slowly cooked until tender and then tossed in a sweet and spiced sauce that will have everyone raving.
This is a tasty soup using fresh bamboo shoot simply prepared. I like to rub the bamboo shoot with salt and boil it once to remove the bitterness.
This is a delicious dish that my family loves. The tomato sauce makes the pork ribs slightly moist so that it isn't too tough and tasteless.
The peanuts have to be soaked beforehand so that they will soften up. Soak longer or shorter if desired to get a different sort of crunch!
We usually cook this dish around Chinese New Year, when sea cucumber is considered auspicious!
This is a clear soup that brings out the sweetness of the watercress.
This dish is a favorite in our family! Sichuan vegetables bought fresh from the market can be too salty so it needs to be washed before use. If you use pre-packaged Sichuan vegetables, then you don't have to wash it.
Pumpkins taste surprisingly good when they are made into soups. I don't like them when they are stir-fried, though.