"The ginger wine pork ribs are fantastic. I enjoy cooking this dish with my family over the weekend because we all have more time to spend together. It’s something that the kids will definitely go back for more of, and it’s sure to spice up your kitchen!" James Lai, Redbean Kitchen (Hawthorn)
Recipe courtesy of James Lai for Centro Box Hill.
Cut in between the bones, mix marinade and add ribs. Let this sit for 1 hour.
Mix egg yolks and cornflour, coat the ribs and deep fry them until golden brown, remove and drain.
Cook sauce to boil and add pork ribs, cover and cook for about 25 minutes.
Stir from time to time to prevent sticking, and finish off with some sliced lemon and coriander.
Nutritional analysis per serving (4 servings)
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