Friday, October 16, 2009

Pineapple Pork Ribs

After tried the Watermelon pork rib , this time I added pineapple, if you like to have a change on your usual pork ribs dish, please do so, the ribs are sticky and flavorful.






Simple recipe to share:-

Marinate pork ribs with-five spice powder, light soy sauce, Mirin (replace with little sugar if you don't have this), pepper, salt, sesame oil, egg, corn starch, and dark soy sauce (for colouring purposes)

Fresh pineapple- cut into cubes

Fresh red chili- cut big pieces

Sauce- tomato sauce, sour plum sauce, sugar, vinegar, salt, water and few drops of Tabasco(optional)..

Steps:-

1. Deep fry the marinated pork ribs till brown.

2.Heat oil in a wok, saute garlic, add in sauce and pineapple, cook for 1-2mins.

3. Add in the fried pork ribs and red chili, mix well and cook till sauce became thick.

4. Dish out and serve hot.


Do enjoy Cooking !!!

23 comments:

Jennifer said...

Hi Sonia, I'm a new comer to yr blog.
This look great and yummy, I will try this weekend. Thanks for sharing.

My Little Things Corner said...

wow, i like this dish so much...now hungry liao

Colin Woon said...

Pineapple pork ribs?! Sounds like another winner from your kitchen! If only the internet can transfer some taste and smell other than just photo, it will be awesome!

zurin said...

this looks and sounds delicious. Could do with lamb too i'm sure :))

btw I have bought the ingredients for the dog cookies. I can't wait to try them!! I'm soo excited about making them..they are soooo cute :)))) thanx :))

smarthousewife said...

鳳梨的酸甜,搭配營養的紅椒,好看又好吃。

苏联妈妈 said...

now is lunch hour.i brought my lunch pax to my desk and looked at my pc screen
看图加料~~~好吃噢!:P

Little Corner of Mine said...

Mmm yum...looks stickily good!

My Asian Kitchen said...

this ribs look like "koh loh yoke""!! yummy!! it's been ages I eat this type of cooking..now you make me rindu your dish! hahaha!

Jane Chew said...

looks so yummy. But lazy to cut pineapples . Wil use the can one. By the way, is the pork ribs soft enough? or hav to put meat tenderiser?

Sonia said...

Hi Jennifer,Thanks for dropping by, I have just checked out your blog, but no post has been updated, quickly post some and share with us.

My Little Things corner, ya, this dish will make people hungry, hehehe..

Colin, wait for you to invent for something can transfer smell, then you will be millionaire by that time, hahaha..

Zurin, I think you better replaced with chicken pieces (with bone), that will be better. Looking forward your doggie cookie in your blog.

smarhousewife,yes, nice to eat and nice to look..

sulianmummy, you are so funny..enjoy..

LCOM, Thanks.

My Asian Kitchen, ya, similar to "koh loh yoke", but with pineapple, make it so differencely..

Jane, usually I dont use any meat tenderiser, it taste ok for us..

petite nyonya said...

Wah, looks just like those served in restaurants! Looks so yummy!

~Rachel~ said...

wow, another mouth watering dish from you..^_^ looks great and yummy!!

marytance said...

delicious!!
my mom-in-law likes to cook this dish very much.

Palidor said...

That looks delicious! I think pineapple and pork go so well together.

ICook4Fun said...

This dish sure look good. I am bookmarking this to try it out soon. Thanks for sharing.

Nat said...

Citrusy fruits were made for Pork ! and Sticky Pork with Pineapple is like pure perfection... this will be a nice change from the boring pork with apples we eat all the time. Thank you Sonia....

Anncoo said...

Mmmm...so yummy and appetizing :D

米亚 said...

this looks good with a bowl of rice too! The sauce must be really good i imagine!

Bakeling said...

I am sure this is a very delicious dish because of its sweet and sour taste ! I like it , unfortunately I can't taste it unless I cook it !

The Little Teochew said...

Well done! It looks really appetizing. I was pleasantly surprised to see that the recipe is quite straightforward too. Thanks for sharing!

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

This dish is really mouthwatering ! The colour combination is great too...good job !

Sonia said...

Thanks all, you should try this, very yummy dish..

pigpigscorner said...

This reminds me to sweet and sour pork! yummy with rice.

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