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1) 1.5 kg/50 oz of pork spare ribs (you can use pork chops or sliced pork neck as well)
2) 3-5 garlic cloves or to taste
3) salt and ground black pepper to taste (black peppercorn can be used instead)
4) 1 tsp of ginger powder or some chopped fresh ginger (you can replace it with thyme)
5) 400 ml/13 fl oz of water
6) 100 ml/3 fl oz of sunflower oil
1) cut the pork brisket (known also as pork rib rack) into spare ribs and place them into a frying skillet
2) peel and chop garlic cloves, then place them over the meat into the pan
3) season pork ribs with salt and ground black pepper to taste (you can use black peppercorn instead of ground pepper for a more rustic taste)
4) add ginger powder or some chopped fresh ginger (you can replace it with thyme if you don’t like ginger)
5) pour water into the pan, then pour some oil over the meat
6) place the lid to the pan, then place the pan on the stovetop and braise the meat over low temperature until it’s very soft (about 45-60 minutes)
7) remove the lid to evaporate the remaining water, change the temperature to a middle-high level and fry spare ribs until golden, flip them once to roast evenly (add more oil if necessary)
There are a lot of people who don’t know what is a pork brisket, known also as a pork rack. As a result, they are not aware of the fabulous pork roast made from brisket. Because it’s little known, pork brisket is a less bought pork cut and, therefore it’s very cheap compared to other popular cuts.
I’m a huge fan of the pork brisket and of the pork spare ribs, which are made by cutting the pork brisket by the bones. I cook whole pork rack in the oven with various ingredients, with or without vegetables. I recommend you to try my country-style pork ribs recipe or baked pork brisket recipe with tomato sauce to make an idea about what I’m speaking.
Additionally, I like to cook spare ribs in the pan when I don’t have too much time at disposal or simply want to enjoy a savory pork roast.
Making this fried spare ribs recipe is a breeze for anyone since the cooking method is quite simple. Even people with basic cooking experience are able to make this fried pork recipe with great results.
I recommend this recipe not just because the fried pork is very tasty but also because it’s very versatile. You can replace spare ribs with pork chops or sliced pork neck and the result will be just as good.
Furthermore, spices can be changed or added per your desire. Ginger can be replaced with thyme, allspice, or cumin. Hot chili pepper powder can be added for a more spicy taste. Plus, you can replace water with white wine and turn your meal into a gourmet lunch or dinner with tender fried spare ribs!
Enjoy the fried pork ribs recipe in the pan!
Read more about pork ribs here!