Sweet and sour spare ribs

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Taiwanese Sweet & Sour Garlic Short Ribs are hands down one of my favorite recipes from my mom.

Super tender short ribs coated with a sticky glaze, this Taiwanese Sweet and Sour Garlic Short Ribs is a must-try recipe!

Easy-to-find ingredients, this recipe is the perfect weeknight dinner!

Warning, get your rice ready because this glaze will make you eat bowls và bowls of rice.

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The SOY SAUCE is the most crucial ingredient for my mom’s Taiwanese Sweet và Sour Garlic Short Ribs.

As you know, I always rave about how important it is lớn use HIGH-QUALITY Soy Sauce as it makes a world of difference.

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An essential step for making Taiwanese Sweet & Sour Garlic Short Ribs is to lớn blanch the ribs ahead of time.

I always boil the pork for 3-4 minutes before draining & rinsing it with cold water.

Scrub the pork to get out all the blood and dirt before adding it khổng lồ the pan to lớn cook.

This simple step will allow the sauce it is pure & pork to lớn be more flavourful.


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I recommend pairing Taiwanese Sweet and Sour Garlic Short Ribs with a large bowl of rice.

The sticky glaze is super addicting & flavorful, so it pairs perfectly with a large bowl of rice.

PRO TIP: You can also use the leftover oil & glaze to lớn saute vegetables such as bok choy và broccoli for the perfect one-pan dinner.



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Ingredients

2 lb of Pork Side Ribs8 cloves of minced Garlic3 tbsp of Sugar2 tbsp of Chinese Cooking Wine (optional)2 cups of Water
Cut the pork side ribs into cubes by following the bones. Cook the pork in boiling water for 3-4 minutes và set aside.Mix dark soy sauce, soy sauce, rice vinegar, Chinese cooking wine, và sugar until sugar is dissolved.Turn the heat up to lớn medium-high và drizzle oil into a pan. Once the oil is hot, địa chỉ cửa hàng in pork and sauté for 3-4 minutes.Add in garlic và saute together for another 1-2 minutes.Drizzle in the sauce & mix for 1-2 minutes until pork is covered in sauce & pour in 2 cups of water. Bring it to a simmer and turn the heat khổng lồ medium-low. Simmer for 30 minutes.After 30 minutes, turn the heat up to lớn high và cook uncovered for 3-4 minutes.
Taiwanese Sweet & Sour Garlic Short Ribs are hands down one of my favorite recipes from my mom. Super tender short ribs coated with a sticky glaze, this Taiwanese Sweet and Sour Garlic Short Ribs is a must-try recipe! Easy-to-find ingredients, this recipe is the perfect weeknight dinner! Warning, get your rice ready because this glaze will make you eat bowls and bowls of rice.

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Cut the pork side ribs into cubes by following the bones. Cook the pork in boiling water for 3-4 minutes & set aside.
Mix dark soy sauce, soy sauce, rice vinegar, Chinese cooking wine, and sugar until sugar is dissolved.
Turn the heat up lớn medium-high & drizzle oil into a pan. Once the oil is hot, add in pork & sauté for 3-4 minutes.
Drizzle in the sauce & mix for 1-2 minutes until pork is covered in sauce và pour in 2 cups of water. Bring it to lớn a simmer and turn the heat khổng lồ medium-low. Simmer for 30 minutes.
PRO TIP: You can also use the leftover oil và glaze lớn saute vegetables such as bok choy and broccoli for the perfect one-pan dinner.
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Hi! I am Tiffy và I am a HUGE foodie. I love to cook, I love to eat, and I love sharing what I love with the world.I was born in Taiwan, a country with some of the best street food in the world. When I think back khổng lồ my childhood, I remember all the fantastic restaurants my dad brought me to lớn when I was young. You see, my family is also huge foodies; we use lớn wander around night markets every weekend, skip the last period in class lớn try out new restaurants, and every summer, we would travel around Taiwan exploring all the new “must try” dishes around the country.

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Hi! I am Tiffy và I am a HUGE foodie. I love to cook, I love khổng lồ eat, và I love sharing what I love with the world.