Fried Pork Ribs


Most of us love fried dishes especially the kids. Though fried dishes especially fried pork dishes are not so much of a healthy option, they are delicious and easy to prepare. So once in a while, we allow ourselves to give in and indulge and this recipe will surely satisfy such craving.

What i love about this Fried Pork Ribs is, it is crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. Plus you can prepare this ahead of time and store in the fridge. Just take this out of the fridge, coat, then fry for a couple of minutes, and voila!, you can have an instant “baon” for school or work. This is what I usually do because I wake up very early in the morning to prepare for breakfast. I cook rice and viand for 30 minutes then hit the bike for a quick exercise/stroll. Having this kind of dish around is such a help other than the processed foods that we so rely on.

1. Tie lemon grass (tanglad) in a knot. Pound this including the ginger.

2. Boil water then add the pork ribs, lemon grass and ginger. Simmer for 40 minutes. Add salt then continue to simmer for 20 more minutes.

I usually boil a kilo of pork ribs, use half of it in a recipe, then store half in the fridge for a separate dish. The Fried Pork Ribs that I am cooking here is actually the other half of the ribs I used for my “Nilagang Baboy Recipe“. This way is more economical than boiling half a kilo now then boiling another half a kilo later.

3. Remove pork ribs and let cool. Please note that you need to choose ribs with a lot of meat on them for this recipe to work.
 
4. Spread fish sauce and pepper evenly.

You may store this in the fridge in an airtight container for frying later. Use the other half of the boiled pork ribs including the pork broth for Nilagang Baboy Recipe.

5. Beat the egg and sprinkle with less than a pinch salt and pepper. In a plate, combine flour, salt and pepper.

6. Dip the pork ribs in the egg.

7. After dipping in egg, coat with flour. Shake off excess flour.

By the way, a tip, use one hand to dip the ribs in the egg then use the other hand when coating with the flour. It’s good to keep one hand dry, makes handling the coating process more manageable. :)

8. Fry till golden brown. Remove from pan and place in plate with paper towel for excess oil to be absorbed.

9. Fried Pork Ribs Done! Serve hot with sukang pinakurat or ketchup. Enjoy!


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