Saturday, March 8, 2014
Nam Yee and Bean Paste Spareribs
Today wanted to try a new recipe for cooking pork spareribs. This is one of the recipe that I found from one of the blogger. The recipe called for (nam yee), fermented red bean curd. I never use this ingredient before in my cooking. So bought a bottle of the nam yee and gather all the other ingredients as follow,
600 gram soft spareribs, bite pieces.
1 tbs chopped garlic,
1 big onion,
3-4 slices ginger,
1 tbs sesame oil,/cooking oil,
1 cube fermented red bean curd(nam yee),
1 tbs fermented soybean paste,
1 tbs dark soy sauce,
1 tbs light oyster sauce,
2 tbs rock sugar/gula melaka,
1 tbs light soy sauce,
750 ml water,
chopped spring onion for garnish.
Wash and drain the pork ribs. Par-boil the spare ribs in hot water for 2 minutes. Drain dry.
It really taste good though I do not like the smell of the nam yee at the beginning. After cooking and with the other ingredients, I begin to like nam yee, I think it will taste better if I add some dried chili(for those who like pungent taste) would like my suggestion too.