Braised ribs with taro | Chinese Food Easy Recipes

▪ Ingredients  



Spare Ribs

400 g

Spiced Taro

500 g

Cooking oil, cooking wine

a few

Oyster sauce, soy sauce

a few

Salt, raw flour

a few

Small onion

a few


▪ Detailed steps  

Spare ribs marinated in oil, salt, cornstarch, cooking wine, oyster sauce

Taro into the frying pan, add salt and stir-fry evenly

Pour water, water just over the taro should be appropriate, simmer for 5 minutes

Pour in the marinated pork ribs and stir-fry evenly, cover the pot and simmer for 10 minutes

Pour in the soy sauce, stir-fry to taste and remove from the pan

Sprinkle with green onion, the dish is finished

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