What are you planning for cooking today? May I suggest Caramelized Pork Ribs with Soy Bean (Sườn Cốt Lết Rim Xì Dầu) which comes from many amazing Vietnamese Pork Recipes for you guys?

Caramelized Pork Ribs with Soy Bean Recipe (Sườn Cốt Lết Rim Xì Dầu)
Caramelized Pork Ribs with Soy Bean (Sườn Cốt Lết Rim Xì Dầu)
 
Serving with steamed rice and hot soup in rainy days is perfect. This dish is quite simple but its flavor is really special when is cooked with soy sauce instead of fish sauce. Are you ready to create something new for your own meal? Why don’t start with one of amazing Vietnamese Pork Recipes like this one with us? You will not regret about this decision. When you feel free, let us together cooking ok?

Ingredients:

4 pork ribs (500 – 600g)
Salt, soy sauce, honey
Garlic, oyster oil, brown sugar
Spring onion, salt, sugar.

Process:

Step 1: Clean well pork ribs; wait to dry, use knife handle to chime gently for helping absorb spices quickly. Put pork ribs into big bowl, add more minced garlic, 2 tablespoons honey, 2 teaspoon brown sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, a little oyster oil, 1 tablespoon soy sauce, mix well and use food nylon to cover it carefully. Put in fridge about 7 – 8 hours.

 
Caramelized Pork Ribs with Soy Bean Recipe (Sườn Cốt Lết Rim Xì Dầu)
 
Step 2: Heat the oil, add minced garlic and fry until it is fragrant. Next, add pork ribs on pan and fry until each face turn brown yellow.
 
Caramelized Pork Ribs with Soy Bean Recipe (Sườn Cốt Lết Rim Xì Dầu)

Step 3: When frying the second face of pork ribs, add a little water with 2 tablespoons soy sauce to cover all faces of ribs, cook with small heat. For me, this is the way to create one of amazing Vietnamese Pork Recipes.
 
Caramelized Pork Ribs with Soy Bean Recipe (Sườn Cốt Lết Rim Xì Dầu)

Step 4: When cooking, sometime use chopsticks to change faces. Cook about 30 – 40 minutes or until it is soft like you want. Season to suit your flavor and continue to cook until its broth is nearly absorbed all into ribs. Turn off the heat, add more sliced spring onion with pepper on top.
 
Caramelized Pork Ribs with Soy Bean Recipe (Sườn Cốt Lết Rim Xì Dầu)
 
Now, you can serve this dish with steamed rice or even for broken rice if you do not love grilled meat. How do you feel? It is not difficult, right? Hope you will choose this dish for your meal in weekend. Good luck for your cooking and do not miss our next Vietnamese Pork Recipes tomorrow.
 
From Vietnamese Food Team.

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    Ilir 2015-02-23 17:04:13 Reply

    What a gorgeous dish. I don't think I've seen muatrsd cabbage here. I'll have to keep my eyes open for it. Great entry for WHB, not only is this an unusual veggie, but I love the way you've used it in a fusion recipe!

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    Nilva 2015-02-24 04:55:02 Reply

    Oh what a fun interpretation I miss the asian grroces and the many different kinds of bitter greens. I too only think of this in a kind of noodle dish but must expand!

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    Manami 2015-02-25 03:16:56 Reply

    Wait....did I missed soimehtng? 'Cause I thought you look fine. Great even...not lying 'cause I've seen way too many artists that are WAAYYY too bony that it's scary. You're perfect right now. *shrugs* But maybe just me. And I agree that it does have

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    Sam 2015-02-25 07:55:13 Reply

    Nice story! I can definitely see Korean, Vietnamese, and British phciysal traits in your picture. I find that people with multiracial identities are the most exotic and most beautiful. Be happy. How is life with your mum? What was her reaction w

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    Haruka 2015-02-25 14:20:11 Reply

    I can agree with goodywinks!I come from Poland,where idened there isn't as much diversity, that's why I went to the UK where I met many people from different backgrounds!Because of that I could learn that we are the citizens of one race,we just have

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