01/21/2019 My cooking recipe

in #cookinglast year

Teach you to make Chinese sweet and sour pork ribs.
教你制作中国糖醋排骨。 image

Ingredients:
配料:

Pork ribs 500g
排骨500g

Ginger 6
生姜6

Rock sugar 10g
冰糖10g

1 tbsp of cooking wine
1汤匙料酒

1 tsp soy sauce
1茶匙酱油

1 tsp of dark soy sauce
1茶匙黑酱油

Rice vinegar 2 tablespoons
米醋2汤匙

2 tablespoons of white sugar
2汤匙白糖

1/2 spoon of salt
1/2匙盐

Plant oil
植物油

White sesame seeds
白芝麻

Sweet and sour pork ribs cooking method:
糖醋排骨烹饪方法:

Add appropriate amount of water to the pot, boil, pour the wine, ginger and ribs, then remove the ribs and rinse them out.
将适量的水加入锅中,煮沸,倒入酒,姜和排骨,然后取出排骨并冲洗干净。 image

Add the right amount of oil to the pot, pour in the sugar and fry the sugar, wait until the crystal sugar melts, the oil in the pot will foam, and then the color will start to yellow.
将适量的油加入锅中,倒入糖并炒糖,等到冰糖融化,锅中的油会起泡,然后颜色开始变黄。

Pour in the ribs and stir fry them to make them full of sugar.
倒入排骨,翻炒,使其充满糖。

Pour in soy sauce, dark soy sauce, rice vinegar, sugar, then add boiling water.
倒入酱油,黑酱油,米醋,糖,然后加入开水。

Boil the water, then simmer for 40 minutes on low heat, then add the right amount of salt.
煮沸水,然后在低温下煮40分钟,然后加入适量的盐。

Finally, let the soup absorb and sprinkle with white sesame seeds.
最后,让汤吸收并撒上白芝麻。 image

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This looks and sounds delicious!
I've always loved sweet and sour dishes, now I might actually try nad make one myself :D
Thanks for the recipe :D

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I just love this! I might have to make it for Chinese New Year in two weeks. Saying that, I may have to look at what else you've offered... I may be trying a few things!

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Really interesting recipe and process @superchaoman 😉 looks delicious though I wouldn't dare to try it 😊 I am a muslim, thanks for sharing anyway, I always wondering why the chinese food so tasty without many spices added, but look at those ginger, sauces and sesame... uhhmm yummy 😉

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Great job with the photos and it looks delicious.

Hmm. It looks definitely yummy! Nice recipe! :-)

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Really this makes my mouth water!
Thanks for pointing out this blog @viking-ventures
And good cooking @superchaoman

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Hi @superchaoman. It looks amazing! The recipe seems pretty simple. Looking forward to seeing more recipes.

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