How can we lack sweet and sour spareribs when we hoard fat in winter? Sweet and sour pork ribs in winter can greatly mobilize your taste, so if you are in a bad mood in winter, you might as well make a sweet and sour pork ribs for yourself!
Cut the ribs into 4cm long small pieces, put them into a large bowl, mix in cooking wine, 1 tbsp soy sauce, stir well, cover, or keep fresh film, marinate for 20 minutes. Peel and slice the ginger. Cut scallion into sections and set aside
2. Pour oil into the flat bottom non stick pan (twice as much as usual), heat it over high heat, change it to medium heat when the oil is 70% hot, pour in the ribs, and stir fry with chopsticks. Fry until the ribs are cooked and light brown. Remove the ribs
3. Add a little oil into the pot, heat it over high heat, stir ginger and scallion into the pot, stir in the flavor, then add the spareribs, transfer the remaining 2 tbsp of raw soy sauce and soy sauce, add boiling water to cover the surface of the spareribs. Add rice vinegar and sugar, stir well, cover and simmer for 30 minutes
After 4.30 minutes, the soup in the pot is gradually less. At this time, taste the salt. If it is not salty enough, add salt and mix well. Then, change to a large fire to collect the soup. When the soup is thick, it can be wrapped on the ribs. After loading, sprinkle some cooked white sesame seeds to decorate sweet and sour sweet sweet and sour pork ribs, which is the favorite of children and the elderly. So if you want to eat pork ribs in winter, you can really try this simple and home-made method!