Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Gao-Sheng Spareribs (高昇排骨)

Gao-Sheng Spareribs
( 高昇排骨 )

This is a Chinese dish, which is called Gao-Sheng Spareribs. Gao-Sheng means promotion. Why it has a such interesting name? Let me tell you the recipe, then you will understand.

Soy Sauce
Rice Wine
Olive Oil
Garlic & Ginger

Fill a pot with oil until it is 2-5 inches deep (depends on the amount and size of spareribs you cook, so as long as the oil can cover the ribs, then it's enough). Turn to medium-high heat. Cook pork until golden brown.
( The other way is to boil a pot of water, then put the spareribs in, and cook them until all the dirty blood all comes out )

Get the spareribs out, and put them aside.

Heat oil in a pan, add the garlic and ginger, stir until fragrant. Add the spareribs in, then add rice wine, vinegar, sugar, and soy sauce in. Cook the sauce and spareribs for about 5-8 minutes and transfer to a bowl.

Then, enjoy this dish~~~~

The most important thing is the proportion.
Rice wine : Vinegar : Sugar : Soy sauce = 1:2:3:4
Now you understand why it is called Promotion Spareribs. :)
I don't write it as Tbsp or tbsp is because it depends on how much your spareribs you use, like today I only cooked 6 small pieces of spareribs, so i only added 1.5tbsp rice wine, 3tbsp vinegar, 4.5 tbsp sugar and 6tbsp soy sauce. If you cook much more than me, you can add some water in as well, that way will cook easily.

The vinegar in this recipe I strongly suggest to use the dark color vinegar ( in Chinese, it's called 烏醋 )

1 comment:

  1. These look incredible, I will definitely have to try this recipe!

    Eric @ Happy Valley Chow