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Plum Lime Spare Ribs May 25, 2007

Posted by Angeleyes in Creative Concoction, Meat, Non-Halal.
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My PiggyBeng don’t fancy sweet stuff so normally he will not buy anything sweet to be consumed. However, thing changed this year… not sure why he suddenly fell in love with calamansi with sour plum juice drink! initially it was umbra with sour plum but since we can’t find any concentrate for that, the next best thing is calamansi with sour plum.

We went high and low looking for the calamansi and sour plum concentrate but it was not easy to find until one day we end up in Giant! How strange! It was called Plum Lime instead of calamansi.

Then I was lamenting about dono what to do with the pork ribs that I’ve bought so PiggyBeng suggested we tried using the PlumLime concentrate instead! And the out come was quite satisfying too!

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Ingredients:

  • 300-400g Spare ribs
  • 2tsp Corn flour
  • 1.5tsp Light soy sauce
  • 2tbsp PlumLime sauce mix with 1tbsp water
  • Oil for deep fry
  • 1/4 Cup water

Method:

  1. Marinate the spareribs with corn flour and light soy sauce for at least 30 minutes. The longer the better as the sauce can penetrate through the meat.
  2. Heat up oil in saucepan to deep fry the spare ribs for about 10 minutes. Lift up and drain.
  3. Heat up wok with 1tbsp oil and pour in the PlumLime mix in and stir for a little while.
  4. Put in the fried ribs and stir fry in the PlumLime mix for about 5 minutes adding about 1/4 cup of water for simmering. Lift up when the sauce has thicken.
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Comments»

1. pearly - May 30, 2007

hi dear ;
very cool dish I love rib but PlumLime mix
I wonder can I get it in UK ?anyway I will try to look for it , to use this recipe for my hubby he love rib and sweet and sour thing , this dish will make his day I guess .
more to come weldone .

2. Hijackqueen - May 31, 2007

Wah, first time i come to your food blog. So nice dishes leh. *note to self: must improve* One of the day, i try out this dish.

3. Angeleyes - June 1, 2007

Hi Pearly,

Hope your hubby enjoy this dish if you ever find the sauce in UK.

Hijackqueen,
Welcome!!!!! Yeah, this dish is quite nice and very appetising!

4. Annie Q - June 5, 2007

yuhooo..i like this dish..Now i think when i want to cook something..must browse through ur cook blog and see what to cook..hahaha..Good idea…

5. Angeleyes - June 7, 2007

Hey Annie!

Thanks for dropping by wor… feel free to browse around for an dish you would like to try out… all simple-simple one…


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