Pretty busy these days, well...unwilling to do too much cuisine after working.
However, I wish the simple cooking could give me delicious food, to comfort my starvation and fatigue.
Here they are -- sweet and sour pork rib!
Dice and rinse about 6 lb pork ribs, then put them in a 5 qt. pot;
Add water, the level of water is over ribs;
Cover pot, bring to boil under high power;
When it boils, remove foam with small size seive;
Add 2 white part of green onion, 2 star anises, 1 thick piece of ginger root and 1 tsp lemon juice, reduce heat to low, stew until ribs are cooked through.
The above procedures can be done after dinner, because stew is an easy job, with the timer ticking, you needn't attend too much, therefore, you can enjoy watching TV, reading newspaper or do whatever you want to relax.
Transfer cooked ribs to small containers (one container for two serves), strain broth through sieve to remove solid ingredients. Keep in the fridge.
Before cooking dinner, prepare sauce and finely chop green part of green onion.
For the content of sauce: blend 1 tbsp sugar, 1/2 tbsp rice vinegar, 1 tsp salt, 1 tbsp tapioca starch and 1/2 cup of broth or water.
Under high power, heat wok or skillet;
Add 1 tbsp oil into hot wok or skillet;
Stir-fry two serves of pork ribs until they are brown in color;
Stir in 1 tbsp dark soy sauce and blend well;
Stir in chopped green onion to develop aroma;
Pour sauce in, stir until condensed;
Very easy and very delicious.