Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Special Terikayi Pork Ribs

Special Terikayi Pork Ribs


Sweet and sour pork ribs is a very common dish in Chinese family, but some time I feel boring keep cooking the same kind of sweet and sour. Thus I play with the sauces that I have in my kitchen and came out with this very fragrant Teriyaki sauce of pork ribs dish, and the taste is very similar to honey sauce pork ribs that serve in outside Chinese restaurants. Feel free to try it out !!



Special Terikayi Pork Ribs



Special Terikayi Pork Ribs
(source: originated by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover)

550g pork ribs, chop into bite size (you may replace with lean meat or chicken )

Marinate pork ribs with seasonings for an hour:-
3tsp light soy sauce
1tsp sesame oil
A dash of white pepper
1tsp Chinese cooking wine (Tiew Heng wine)
2tsp sugar
Half egg, lightly beaten
1tbsp tapioca flour

Special Teriyaki sauce:-
1tbsp Japanese Teriyaki sauce
2tbsp Mirin
2tbsp tomato ketchup
1/2tbsp white vinegar
1/2tbsp sugar
1/2tsp salt
2tbsp water

4 cloves garlic, chopped
3tbsp rice flour, for deep frying
Roasted white sesame seeds
Shredded red chili

Method
1. Mix well rice flour with marinate pork ribs, deep fry in hot oil till golden brown and cooked over medium flame, drain and set aside.
2. Mix all sauce ingredients in a small bowl, set aside.
3. Add 2tbsp from the deep fry oil, sauté chopped garlic, add in all the sauce mixture.
4. Return deep fried pork ribs into wok, mix and coat well with the sauce.
5. Sprinkle roasted sesame seeds and garnish with shredded red chili, serve hot with steamed rice.

Special Terikayi Pork Ribs



Happy Cooking !!

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sonia, Sandy here. Will yr ribs turn soft after frying? Normally pork ribs are hard..

Zoe said...

Loves the teriyaki seasoning. Got to try this with some lean chicken meat. Hope that it will work :D

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Salivating already! My kids and I loved anything sweet and sour! Thanks for sharing this, will try it out soon. :)

Karen from Globetrotter Diaries said...

oh god, that looks gooooooood.... am suddenly hungry even though I just had dinner. Thanks for the recipe!

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Nice!!!!

Cheah said...

Sonia, how not to salivate? Slurrrpp!

choi yen said...

I love pork ribs coz normally they are lean meat :P

温馨小屋 said...

我最最最喜欢吃排骨了!

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

我很喜欢吃排骨,家人也喜欢,你的卖相很赞:)

Kimberly Peterson said...

I will most definitely try it!! Thank you for this recipe! It's been a while since I've had food from a truly authentic Chinese restaurant and this looks as authentic as it can get!

ICook4Fun said...

I love this dish especially with the sweet and sticky sauce.

pigpigscorner said...

The glaze looks so good! I love sweet and sour stuff too.

Jeannie said...

Just looking at the photos makes me want to eat even though I am still so full with dinner!

Pushpa said...

Looks so delicious and mouthwatering....Yum!

Jess @ Bakericious said...

Sonia, I have salivating, I love teriyaki chicken, a must for me to order when in Jap restaurant. I will definitely give a try on this once I get hold of all the ingredients!

Little Inbox said...

I like the dish, but I'm too lazy to deep fry the pork ribs.

Anncoo said...

Mmm...looks so good with the sweet and sour sauce especially to the little ones.

3 hungry tummies said...

mmmm... finger lickin' good!

huikhee and yoonlai said...

Sonia,
看见这么美味的排骨,肚子呱呱叫了。。。;P
不好意思,要你请客了!!

My Little Space said...

Delicious looking pork ribs! I'm salivating here. ^_^
Kristy

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Dear all, Thanks for your lovely words, do try out this, you will like it.

Sandy, ya, pork ribs is a bit hard after deep fried, for adult no problem, but you may add some lean meat if you have kids.

Mama Holli said...

Oh...I want to eat these right now!!!! I am posting them up on my blog to bring you some Link Love! LOVE THIS!!! Making me so very hungry!
Mama Holli

Anonymous said...

hi, was wondering if there is a replacement for mirin??

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