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Sweet and Sour Pork Ribs (ซี่โครงหมูผัดเปรี้ยวหวาน)


This is Thai Style Sweet and Sour Pork Ribs, a delicious stir fry dish with tender pork rib cutlets. If you love pork ribs, I recommend you to try them this way.  With savory sweet and sour sauce, the ribs are very flavorful yet delicate to the palate.  

Like a lot of stir fry dishes, this sweet and sour pork ribs are super easy to make. You really need to boil the ribs, cut vegetables and stir fry them with basic ingredients in your kitchen like ketchup, chili sauce, sugar and light soy sauce. If you like crispy outside and soft juicy inside ribs, you can boil it first then deep fry them. Today I didn't deep fry the ribs as I wanted to keep things a little bit on healthier side and tried to spend less time in the kitchen. 


This sweet and sour sauce is also extremely versatile as you can make different variations, pork, chicken, beef or seafood depending on your mood and what you have in the fridge. I always love the classic sweet and sour pork, but certain days I love sweet and sour seafood, they are all delicious. 

I hope you get to try this recipe someday and enjoy it with your loved ones. 

Ingredients 
350 grams pork ribs
1 cucumber, cut into bite sized pieces
1 large tomato, discard seed, cut into strips
1 medium size onion, sliced
1/4 bell pepper, diced
1 tablespoon chili sauce
4 tablespoon ketchup
1 tablespoon white vinegar
1 tablespoon light soy sauce
1 tablespoon sugar 
1/2 tablespoon Thai garlic, chopped
1/2 tablespoon chopped ginger
2 tablespoon vegetable oil for stir frying
 1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 Knorr bullion cube(2 grams), optional
1/2 tablespoon oyster sauce
100 ml. water 
Preparation
1. Boil the ribs over low heat until are really tender. Drain well, set aside.
2. Heat the wok with oil, add in garlic. Stir try until fragrant, then add in the ribs. Sir fry for few minute, add in vegetables. 
3. When the vegetables are cooked, add in water and all the seasonings. Do few quick stirs, dish out, serve with steamed rice. 



dentistvschef  – (November 14, 2013 at 2:31 AM) Reply To This Comment  

wow, finger licking good pork ribs...
i used to add tamarind paste instead of vinegar for making it more Thai'Siam....

Tataya Kudo  – (November 14, 2013 at 5:20 AM) Reply To This Comment  

@dentistvschef
I never add tamarind concentrate to my sweet and sour food. Sound interesting, will give a try someday. Thanks for stopping by.

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