Friday, April 1, 2011

Marmite Pork Ribs

Whenever there is a day i don't boil any soup, my husband will definitely prepare marmite soup for himself and for the kids. I noticed he is a big lover for marmite and bovril. You will be able to find at least one of each bottle of marmite and bovril in my fridge. Sometimes he doesn't know he already brought some at home and still goes to buy more whenever he gets the chance. Is it that he has nothing to buy at the grocery besides marmite and bovril? Hahaha!!! I don't know why he likes it so much, never know, i guess maybe during his childhood, his family seldom boils soup at home. I think i will ask him if i get the chance, maybe tonight cause i'm a little curious now hehe!!
Now Marmite Pork Ribs is presented, Enjoy!!!
Marmite Pork Ribs
   Ingredients     :

   11/2      pound pork ribs, clean and chopped into 2-inches 
   2           cloves garlic. peel and mince
   2           teaspoon soy sauce
   1           teaspoon ginger sauce
   1           teaspoon corn starch
   (marinate everything above for 1/2 an hour or more)

    Prepare marmite sauce  :

    1         teaspoon marmite sauce
    1         teaspoon oyster sauce
    2         teaspoon ketcup sauce ( tomato sauce)
    3         teaspoon sugar
    2         dash pepper powder
    2         teaspoon honey
    5         tablespoon water
    pinch of salt    
   ( mix well all the sauce ingredients, set aside)    

     Garnishing     :

     1        stalk green onion, trim and cut small cubes
     1        teaspoon sesame seeds, roasted
     1        small red chili, cut small strips

      Method    :

      Fry the pork ribs in hot oil till golden brown or cooked. Remove from wok.

      Adjust the wok to low heat, add 1 teaspoon vegetable oil in the wok, pour in the marmite sauce.

      Add the cooked pork ribs into the wok, fry till everything is coated with gravy. 

      Taste, if prefer sweeter, add 1/2 teaspoon sugar or honey.

       Dish up, add garnishing and serve.
Marmite Pork Ribs

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