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Pork ribs

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Try Chinese food, made with pork ribs, which is a combination of sweet and sour taste.
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Sounds delicious, do you have a recipe you can share?
This looks so scrumptious, care to share the recipe? I am looking into trying out new things.
This dish needs some Asian seasonings, star anise, fragrant leaves, pepper, cinnamon, cooking wine, dried chili and so on.
Let me share this recipe.


500 grams of pork ribs.

2 star anise.

2 incense leaves.

A small piece of cinnamon.

A pinch of pepper.

Six pieces of rock candy.

Six slices of ginger.

A few green onions.

The appropriate amount of salt, monosodium glutamate.

Light soy sauce 2 tablespoons

3 tablespoons of vinegar

2 tablespoons cooking wine

update the photo of the ingredients later.
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1. Cut the pork ribs into small pieces and wash them with clean water. Then put the ribs in cold water and boil them with three slices of ginger, some spring onions and cooking wine. After the water is boiled, scoop out the blood foam and remove the ribs to dry. This will make the ribs less fishy.

2. Count down some oil in the pan, heat the oil over low heat, and add rock sugar. After the rock sugar melts, add the ribs and stir well. Wrap the ribs in syrup. Then add star anise, cinnamon, fragrant leaves, pepper, sliced ginger, light soy sauce, vinegar and stir-fry with ribs. Stir-fry the fragrance and change the color of the ribs, add boiling water, completely submerge the ribs, turn to low heat and cover and simmer for 40 minutes.

3. There is still a lot of soup after 40 minutes of stewing, then turn on the high heat to dry the soup and add the right amount of salt, sugar and vinegar according to your taste. This dish will be finished.
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