Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Salted Egg Pork Ribs

Having harvested my Homemade Salted Eggs, I decided to cook something with it! I knocked off a little earlier today so I had the luxury of cooking something proper. The week has been insane since it's exam week.. lots of marking to do, lots of assessment to complete.. I wish I have the time to cook much more often. 

Speaking of which, this made me very happy tonight. Most of the kids in my P1 class have performed very well in their English test through their hard work.. I'm a proud chee-cher! 

Anyway, I had my pork ribs thawed overnight in the freezer and had them ready to cook by 5pm. Planning beforehand is good (:

The ingredients are pretty simple but it may turn some off since it involves deep/shallow frying. I decided to do it anyway. >.< It takes about an 30 - 45 minutes to prepare and cook and I'd rate it a difficulty level 3 out of 5. Or maybe 4 out of 5 if you dislike deep frying! 

Salted Egg Pork Rib Recipe

500g pork ribs
2 eggs
1 - 1 1/2 cup plain flour

3 salted egg yolk
30g unsalted butter
a handful of curry leaves
salt (optional)


Steam the salted eggs for 5 minutes. Mash it with a fork and set aside.

Wash and cut the pork ribs. Pat the ribs dry. Dip the pork ribs into the egg before coating it with the plain flour. Deep fry in hot oil till golden brown. I used medium-low heat to fry the ribs. 

Set aside when cooked. 

Melt the butter in a frying pan on low heat, add curry leaves and stir fry. Add salted eggs and smash further to get smoother paste/mixture. Add pork ribs and toss. 

Serve hot! Enjoy! 
By the way, I went LIVE for it so catch the process of putting the dish together here! 

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